CNN Money presented an interesting article on high school personal finance education. The Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College has reviewed all 50 states and graded them. Eleven states recieved an F, where personal finance is not a requirement for students and may not even be offered. Missouri is one of seven states to pass with an A. Missouri requires students to enroll in a minimum of one semester to learning about personal finance. It is an extremely important topic for students to learn about. Only 40% of states recieved an A or B when graded on personal finance education. To learn more about how states were graded and how other states performed, please click here.