How financial education can help close the racial wealth gap | PBS NewsHour | THIRTEEN – New York Public Media

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Knowing how to budget and save money are important skills, but not everyone is taught how to do so. Only 25 states require high schoolers to take a personal finance class, and schools with predominantly Black and brown students are less likely to offer those courses. Laura Barrón-López reports on how younger generations are working to improve their financial literacy and help close the wealth gap.

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