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New Jersey Schools Must Teach 'Financial Literacy,' New Law Says

Sunday, January 6, 2019  
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Reading, writing, arithmetic… and 401(k) accounts? New Jersey school districts will soon be required to provide "financial literacy education" to the state's middle school students under a new bill signed into law Thursday.

In cooperation with Governor Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Legislature, Acting Governor Sheila Oliver signed A-1414 into law on Jan. 3 at a ceremony at President Barack Obama Elementary School (PS-34) in Jersey City.

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