Counting Jellybeans and Other Surprising Lessons for Financial Educators

September 19, 2018

This guest post is courtesy NextGen Personal Finance, which recently hosted a professional development seminar for personal finance teachers. It has been edited for clarity

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Swimsuits Out, Financial Education Finds a Voice at Miss America 2.0

September 12, 2018

You may be forgiven if you missed Miss America 2.0 on Sunday. The pageant, er, competition—it has been rebranded—is a vastly improved version of the

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Worker Rights: A New Wrinkle in Financial Education

September 5, 2018

Canadians have been upping their financial literacy game for years, adopting or moving towards standardized mandatory programs in the provinces. Now, as they work toward a

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Critics Winning? Student Loan Protections, Financial Education Benefits Take a Hit

August 30, 2018

Two decades into the modern financial literacy movement, a growing list of nations including the likes of  Russia, Saudi Arabia, and tiny Azerbaijan are joining Australia,

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The Surprising Amount That Parents Secretly Expect Their Kids to Pay for College

August 22, 2018

College costs have been front and center among financial educators for years. Kids leaving high school need to know what they are signing up for—before

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How to Think About Jobs of the Future

August 14, 2018

People have been complaining about the changing workplace since bronze tools replaced flint scrapers. You can count on the revolution in artificial intelligence and automation

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NEFE’s Hensley: Behavioral Finance Top of Mind

August 8, 2018

Billy Hensley is president and CEO of the National Endowment for Financial Education, a leading research organization in the financial literacy community. He recently assumed

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What Your Adult Children Really Need to Know About Your Money

August 8, 2018

Before my dad went in for routine surgery 11 years ago, as a precaution he told us he had everything we needed to know written

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