This financial collapse has shown that plenty of Americans aren't as financially literate as, perhaps, they ought to be. A relatively new law might change that. Starting this fall, incoming high school freshmen will have to study personal finance before they can graduate. So, what should kids know about credit and debt? And what's the best way to teach teenagers skills that elude plenty of adults?
John Morris Chief Operations Officer / Associate Professor, Economics Center for Education and Research, University of Cincinnati
Jennifer Rodgers Business Development Representative, Third Federal Savings and Loan; 2nd Vice President and Membership Chairman, Akron Realtist Association