Educ. Code Section 28.0021
Personal Financial Literacy
(a)The Texas essential knowledge and skills and, as applicable, Section 28.025 (High School Diploma and Certificate; Academic Achievement Record) shall include instruction in personal financial literacy, including instruction in methods of paying for college and other postsecondary education and training, in:
(1)mathematics instruction in kindergarten through grade eight; and
(2)one or more courses offered for high school graduation.
(b)Each school district and each open-enrollment charter school that offers a high school program shall provide an elective course in personal financial literacy that meets the requirements for a one-half elective credit under Section 28.025 (High School Diploma and Certificate; Academic Achievement Record), using materials approved by the State Board of Education. The instruction in personal financial literacy must include instruction on completing the application for federal student aid provided by the United States Department of Education. In fulfilling the requirement to provide financial literacy instruction under this section, a school district or open-enrollment charter school may use an existing state, federal, private, or nonprofit program that provides students without charge the instruction described under this section.
Section 28.0021 — Personal Financial Literacy,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/ED/htm/ED.28.htm#28.0021 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).