More schools add financial literacy to the curriculum

11/15/2013 | USA Today

Some states have added financial-literacy courses as a graduation requirement and others are adding the standards to the curriculum. A Maryland high-school teacher received a grant on behalf of Garrett County from Discover's Pathway to Financial Success program to buy iPads, which are used for lessons in finance using the SMART goal curriculum -- or "specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound."

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