Financial literacy education: addressing student, business, by Jay Liebowitz

By Jay Liebowitz

Today's graduates may be grounded within the fundamentals of non-public finance and own the talents and data essential to make educated judgements and take accountability for his or her personal monetary healthiness. confronted with an array of advanced monetary providers and complex items, many graduates lack the data and abilities to make rational, trained judgements at the use in their funds and making plans for destiny occasions, akin to retirement.

This e-book indicates what you are able to do to enhance monetary literacy wisdom and schooling. It covers using interactive video games and tutorials, peer-to-peer mentoring, and monetary literacy contests as well as extra formal schooling. It supplies a pattern of ways and stories within the monetary literacy enviornment. Divided into 3 components, the booklet covers monetary literacy schooling for grades K–12, university, and post-college.

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In addition, state-specific personal 28 J o hn P el l e tier finance education requirements are tracked by a variety of organizations at the high school level. Much less has been done to accurately identify what is happening in elementary and middle school. Admittedly, a high school focus could omit students who have dropped out of high school. S. Department of Education, 2015). For many, high school is the beginning of financial independence. In addition, educational opportunities end with high school for many individuals.

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