Kansas

State-by-State Assessment of Personal Finance Education Standards

State Department of Education Link

https://www.ksde.org/ 

Stand-Alone Personal Finance Standards

Yes

Kansas has adopted the National Jump$tart standards as their state standards for financial literacy. They are indicated for Kindergarten, 4th, 8th and 12 grades, however, should be referenced to determine all K-12 financial literacy instruction to determine grade appropriateness.

Personal Finance Standards in Career and Technical Education (CTE), Family and Consumer Sciences

Yes

Family and Consumer Sciences Education teaches personal financial literacy skills directly through the Consumer and Personal Finance courses available to Kansas schools. A number of Kansas schools require this course for graduation. Both the Jump$tart standards and the National Family and Consumer Sciences Standards are used to teach this course. 

https://www.ksde.org/Portals/0/CSAS/Content%20Area%20(F-L)/Family%20and%20Consumer%20Sciences/FCS_Resources/Consumer%20and%20Personal%20Finance%20Education%20Webpage.pdf?ver=2014-01-30-104531-243 

Personal Finance Embedded in Social Studies or Economics Standards

Yes

Standards are embedded in Economics courses and provides a context for the importance of financial literacy. 

Personal Finance Embedded in Mathematics Common Core Standards

Yes

Financial Literacy standards are embedded throughout the mathematics curriculum and provides a prerequisite for number sense and computation skills students need to study financial literacy. 

Personal Finance or Financial Literacy Course Required for Graduation or Required to be Offered

No

Kansas does not have specific course for financial literacy; however, standards are required to be taught across all grade levels. 

State Assessment of Personal Finance Required

No

Mathematics assessment given to all students does require that certain personal financial literacy topics be tested as part of the assessment.