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NKU to train teachers to teach Kentucky’s required financial literacy class


Starting this year, high school students in Kentucky are required to take a financial literacy class before they graduate, but the program is unfunded so many teachers don’t have the training they need.

Northern Kentucky University is offering financial literacy training for educators who will then be able to teach that course in their high schools.

Last year, 40 teachers from around the world participated in the university’s inaugural program, but next year, the focus will be on educators in Kentucky.