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Advocating for a graduation requirement in Kentucky

Read how a teacher in Kentucky helped advocate for financial education.

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Eight ways to implement financial education in schools

The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) conducted extensive research into the barriers that prevent schools from implementing financial education. This research consisted of focus groups and in-depth interviews with teachers, parents, students, and experts. It was further complemented by a thorough review of existing research on financial education.

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What should my kid know about personal finance?

Personal finance covers a lot of topics. The national financial literacy standards serve as a guideline for states, districts, and schools incorporating personal finance concepts into their curricula. Check out resources that help you to strengthen these topics at home.

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Teacher in New York

A high school teacher in New York noticed there were no financial education courses offered at his school.

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District in Rhode Island

The Chariho school district in Rhode Island crafted a five-year strategic plan called Vision 2023.

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Teacher in Kentucky

The teacher of a high school financial education elective sensed that his students were enjoying the class and learning a lot.

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