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Creates the Informed Student Document for financial literacy

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To amend sections 3301.079 and 3313.603 and to enact section 3333.89 of the Revised Code to require one-half unit of financial literacy in the high school curriculum, to require the Chancellor of Higher Education to prepare an informed student document for each state institution of higher education, to require the State Board of Education to include information on the informed student document in the standards and model curricula it creates for financial literacy and entrepreneurship, and to entitle the act the "Informed Student Document Act."

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Primary Sponsors

Christina Hagan
Robert McColley


Marlene Anielski
Niraj J. Antani
Andrew Brenner
Anthony DeVitis
Michael D. Dovilla
Mike Duffey
Doug Green
Robert D. Hackett
Rick Perales
Debbie Phillips
Bill Reineke
Margaret Ann Ruhl
Michael Sheehy
Martin J. Sweeney
Ron Young

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