A course you will never see in New York or San Francisco:
High school students in Natrona County [Wyoming] are required to complete a financial literacy course in order to graduate.
“The main goal is for students to leave these courses empowered financially,” Natrona County High School Assistant Principal James Catlin told the board.
Catlin said that NC students typically take the course in their junior year.
The course provides skills and information for students to manage themselves financially. That includes lessons on how to plan for a career, how to fill out tax forms, how to prepare a budget, and more.
“It”s a super powerful class, and if you haven’t seen it, you should come around,” Roosevelt Alternative High School Principal Shawna Trujillo said.
It probably should not surprise anyone that Natrona expects students to comply with a dress code:
Something else you won’t see in NYC or SF.