What My Students Learned By Grilling a Financial Therapist

October 17, 2017

Kids have a lot of questions about money and relationships, and that is good. Finances are a leading cause of divorce. Four in five parents

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Here’s a Fun Game That will Cut Your Student Debt

October 11, 2017

Free financial literacy learning tools have multiplied in recent years. But few have the purity of purpose that parents and teachers will find in Payback,

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How One Country Plans to Eradicate Personal Finance Zombies

October 11, 2017

People here lose millions of dollars each year to fraud and irrational money choices. They have almost no emergency funds and are highly vulnerable to

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These States are Moving Forward on Financial Literacy in School

October 5, 2017

State authorities in Massachusetts often stumble when it comes to providing a framework for financial literacy learning. They did it again this summer: budget-minded Gov.

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Financial Educator: Why Did I Have to Study French Anyway?

October 4, 2017

The sweet spot for learning about money is from ages five to 15, and yet both parents and teachers generally fail to take advantage of

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Next Up: Equifax Ex-CEO on Hot Seat, Where Lawmakers Also Belong

September 27, 2017

Members of Congress are outraged—outraged! For weeks, they have had clever aids hard at work designing zingers to fire at the disgraced Equifax CEO Richard

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Can You Ace This Financial Literacy Quiz?

September 27, 2017

In a report, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that saving and staying out of debt are keys to financial well-being. It also found that

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Enlisting ‘Grandboomers’ to Change the Financial Future of Youngsters

September 20, 2017

Boomers are rapidly becoming Grandboomers; in the U.S., they are 70 million strong. Might this legion of potential mentors hold the key to financial literacy

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