Georgia, Idaho and Louisiana are three states that received an A rating in a recent report from the Center for Financial Literacy. The center assessed all 50 states' financial-literacy programs and gave each a grade. Center director John Pelletier said those unhappy with their state's grade should make their concerns known at the school, district and state levels. "Given that our nation has suffered greatly in recent years from financial illiteracy, elected officials should listen closely," he said.
How do states' financial-literacy programs compare?
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