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A new bill has reportedly been pre-filed in South Carolina that would require high school students in the state to take a personal finance class.
Under the legislation from Republican state Sen. Luke Rankin, high school students would be required to take at least one half-credit personal finance course and at the end of the school year in order to graduate, a local ABC station reported on Wednesday.
The article goes on to state the following:
The proposed course would reportedly replace economics requirements in the existing curriculum.
— The Hill (@thehill) January 11, 2019
Bill would require high school students to take a personal finance class in order to graduate.https://t.co/XNVeiGyGHs
— KTVU (@KTVU) January 11, 2019
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