State-by-State Assessment with Regard to Financial Literacy and Personal Finance Education Actions

State Department of Education Link http://www.ode.state.or.us/home/  
Legislation and Authorization H.J.R. 24
Urges school districts to require students to successfully complete financial literacy course prior to graduation. RESOLUTION 2011 Be It Resolved by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Oregon:
That we, the members of the Seventy-sixth Legislative Assembly, urge school districts to require students to demonstrate proficiency in financial literacy by successfully completing a one-half credit financial literacy course or a program related to financial literacy prior to graduation.
Links to State Bills H.J.R.24
Additional Links  
Stand-Alone Personal Finance Standards NO
Personal Finance Standards in Career and Techical Education (CTE), Family and Consumer Sciences NO
Personal Finance Embedded in Social Studies or Economics Standards YES The state's Financial Literacy Standard is included in its Social Studies Standard, It is separate from Economics. Includes tools for payment (cash, credit, etc); Investment: state and federal tax; loans; banking options; budget; personal income potential, risk management, and investment.
Personal Finance Embedded in Mathematics Common Core Standard Minor amount
State Has Adopted Mathematics and English Language Arts Common Core YES
Personal Finance or Financial Literacy Course Required or Offered NO 
Personal Finance Course Required for Graduation   NO
Personal Finance Content required in Economics or Other Course Required for Graduation   NO Oregon does not require economics and personal finance for graduation.
Prescribed or Recommended Personal Finance Curriculum  YES State suggests curriculum resources.
State Requires Economic Reasoning /Thinking Skills  YES Common Core.
State Standard Correlated with Jump$tart Financial Literacy Standard NO
State Assessment of Personal Finance Required  NO
Financial Literacy Bills Currently Being Considered by the State Legislature H.B. 3111 directs the state treasurer to promote childhood financial literacy education.
Financial Literacy Education Bills Signed by Governor and/or Passed by the House and Senate  A bill signed by the governor in 2007 creates the Task Force on Civics and Financial Education to study and make recommendations about how to increase and improve civics and financial education in K-12 in public schools. Recommendations of the Civics and Financial Education Task Force indicated that assessment of the essential skills, of “Civic and Community Engagement” and of “Financial Literacy” should begin in the 2010-2011 school year.
State Appropriations and State Dept Education Funding for K-12 NO 
Established Financial Literacy Month H.C.R. 15
Designates April 21 to 27, 2013, as Financial Literacy Week.