Representatives from statewide education groups met with Assemblywoman Angela McKnight recently to discuss the legislation she has sponsored, A-3396, that would require financial literacy to be taught in in grades kindergarten through eight. Left to right in photo are: Tiffany Aliche, a financial educator; Assemblywoman McKnight, Sharon Seyler, NJSBA legislative advocate; Jennifer Keyes – Maloney, assistant director of government relations for the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association; and Melanie Schulz, director of governmental relations for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.

Representatives from statewide education groups met with Assemblywoman Angela McKnight recently to discuss the legislation she has sponsored, A-3396, that would require financial literacy to be taught in grades kindergarten through eight. Left to right in the photo are: Tiffany Aliche, a financial educator; Sharon Seyler, NJSBA legislative advocate; Assemblywoman McKnight; Jennifer Keyes – Maloney, assistant director of government relations for the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association; and Melanie Schulz, director of governmental relations for the New Jersey Association of School Administrators.

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