The Chamber recently submitted testimony in support of S.2374, An Act relative to financial literacy in schools. Financial literacy education is an important life skill and is critical to future economic well-being. Despite this, Massachusetts currently is one of only 10 states with no or negligible requirements for personal finance education in high school. This legislation is an important step to expand access to and participation in financial literacy education for the Commonwealth’s students and bring Massachusetts more in-line with the education standards of most other states. Read the Chamber's testimony.