A financial literacy program for high school students in Rhode Island is getting a boost.
Rhode Island State Treasurer Gina Raimondo said this week that the web-based program, called EverFI, is set to expand to 44 schools over the next year. Currently, the program is used in 19 high schools.
The program teaches students about the importance of credit scores and insurance and the best ways to manage credit cards, loans, investments and savings accounts. It is sponsored by local credit unions.
Raimondo attended a demonstration of the program Monday at North Providence High School. The Democrat says financial literacy is critical to the future success of students.
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