By Hannah Moore
How financially literate do you think you are in comparison to the rest of the general American public? Take this simple yet revealing quiz to find out. Don’t feel bad if you fall short. Statistically, most people do. Even folks with a post secondary education do. The numbers show that 55.7% of Americans with college degrees answered at least one of the three questions incorrectly. The point of this quiz isn’t directly about being right or wrong though – it’s about how the results reflect what’s not known on average, even when it arguably should be. And if that is telling of anything, it’s that financial literacy has to be sought after, because it’s not usually readily available to the masses. At Andson we aim to make this knowledge readily available for students and their families, because knowing how to handle your money is essential for every age and life situation. We teach these concepts through classroom worksheets, homework assignments, and take home reviews to explain to parents what is being taught and how they can assist in the learning process. Andson curriculum strives for not only a 3 out of 3 score on this quiz, but a more prepared generation of Southern Nevada.