HB 29: Financial Literacy Instruction in Public Schools
GENERAL BILL by Fitzenhagen ; Diaz, M. ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Ahern ; Avila ; Beshears ; Burton ; Campbell ; Clarke-Reed ; Combee ; Cortes, J. ; Costello ; Cruz ; Eagle ; Edwards ; Harrison ; Hill ; Ingoglia ; Jenne ; Jones, S. ; La Rosa ; Latvala ; Lee ; Mayfield ; McBurney ; Moskowitz ; Murphy ; Narain ; Perry ; Peters ; Pilon ; Raschein ; Raulerson ; Rehwinkel Vasilinda ; Stevenson ; Richardson ; Rooney ; Rouson ; Santiago ; Spano ; Sprowls ; Stark ; Stevenson ; Sullivan ; Williams ; Wood
Financial Literacy Instruction in Public Schools; Revises Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for financial literacy instruction; provides that credit requirements for high school graduation & standard diploma include separate course in financial literacy; requires DOE to work with nonprofit organizations to develop standards & curriculum & professional development guidelines for teaching financial literacy.
Last Action: 4/28/2015 House - Died in K-12 Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to K-12 Subcommittee; Education Appropriations Subcommittee; Education Committee -HJ 9
• Introduced -HJ 9
• Died in K-12 Subcommittee
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