Being a teacher at the high school level, I feel there is a great opportunity to teach financial literacy in a multitude of ways. Many students will get their first job while in high school, and all of them will begin to think about what the rest of their lives may be like. Embedding different lessons in terms of financial literacy should be a shared responsibility. Clearly, there is math involved with things like budgets, interest rates, etc. However, each educational area could use their subject as an Avenue of learning more about money and how to best utilize it. Reading the fine print and understanding basic terminology. Researching different loans, lenders, or banking institutions. The list is long of all the different ideals the youth need to be aware of and know more about to become financially stable later in life. Much like savings, learning about financial literacy should be done over the course of time, with multiple vehicles of information feeding into their knowlege.