New S.C. bill would require a finance class to graduate high school
A new South Carolina bill could require high school students to pass a personal finance class to graduate.
The bill, proposed by Senator Luke Rankin, would require students to take a half-credit personal finance course with an end-of-year test to pass.
Opponents of the bill say it could add another frustrating layer of testing on teachers. Others wonder why it wasn’t required in the first place.