AZ Treasurer: High school students need a finance class boost.

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TLDR: Arizona state leaders are considering whether to make financial literacy courses a requirement for high school students. Currently, these courses are only offered as electives, and few students take advantage of them. The state treasurer, Kimberly Yee, believes that teaching young people about credit cards, savings accounts, and other financial concepts is crucial for their future success.

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