At Champlain College it is. What about us? Check this out:
An education is one of the best defenses against financial flimflam, but many students never learn the things that help. Only a handful of states require schools to teach basic personal finance, and it’s often of the old-fashioned, balancing-the-checkbook variety. Also, it tends to come at a stage in life when students are years away from putting the knowledge to practical use.
So I was heartened to hear about Champlain College here, which recently started requiring all undergraduates to attend two sessions in financial literacy.
Where should it be? Everywhere? Nowhere?