Magaziner: R.I. students lack personal finance education

GENERAL TREASURER Seth Magaziner’s office issued a white paper calling for better personal finance education for Rhode Island’s public school students. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – General Treasurer Seth Magaziner says the Ocean State doesn’t measure up when it comes to educating students about personal finance. Magaziner’s office recently released a “white paper” report calling for a greater level of “high-quality” personal finance instruction in Rhode Island public schools. Nationwide, 36 states guarantee access to personal finance education in…

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