Due to shortages in funding, learning time, and staff, students in Massachusetts often do not have the opportunity to learn how to manage their finances as they enter adulthood. Read the report to learn more about what financial education is offered in schools, the barriers educators face in providing these classes, and how we can overcome them.
- This page, Report on Personal Financial Literacy Education in Massachusetts Schools, is offered by
- Office of Economic Empowerment
- Office of State Treasurer and Receiver General Deborah B. Goldberg
Report on Personal Financial Literacy Education in Massachusetts Schools
Following the recommendations of the Massachusetts Financial Literacy Task Force, the Office of Economic Empowerment issued a first-of-its-kind report to map out existing personal financial literacy education in the Massachusetts public school system.