The Treasurer is uniquely positioned to help families and communities across the State develop financial resilience and literacy, so they can live healthy, productive, and financially stable lives. Whether it be navigating the impacts of climate change, a global pandemic, or the day-to-day challenges of accessing affordable housing and making ends meet, we have a responsibility to ensure every person has the tools and knowledge to make well-informed decisions about their financial futures.
- Expansion of existing financial literacy programs
- Develop a working group for financial literacy curriculum to offer to local boards of education
- Partner with private industry to offer financial literacy programming across the state