California high schoolers will soon need to take financial literacy class to graduate

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California high schoolers will soon be required to take a financial literacy course to graduate.

The governor’s office says Gavin Newsom is expected to sign AB 2927, which would require a semester-long personal finance education course to be offered by the 2027-28 school year and make it a requirement to graduate starting with the class of 2030-31.

Once the legislation is passed, people pushing the California Personal Finance Education Act initiative for the November 2024 ballot will withdraw their measure.

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