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Colorado Attorney General launches FinLit program at Mountain View Core Knowledge

February 8, 2017

When Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman asked a class of sixth-graders questions about savings, credit and investments Tuesday, students shot back with answers. “Have you ever

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Lack of financial literacy a setback

February 8, 2017

THE lack of financial literacy skills has become one of the major setbacks in the  growth of small to medium enterprises, says Kamaneku tribal leader

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Schwab to Fund Matching Donations for Financial Literacy Projects in Public Schools

February 8, 2017

The Charles Schwab Corporation has announced that it will be piloting a program of matching individual donations for classroom projects, pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade, designed to

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A Comic Strip with a Message

February 7, 2017

About budgets.

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Student Investing Championship Launched to Find Best University Student Talent

February 7, 2017

invstr, the award-winning educational app for investing and financial education, has launched the second in a series of international investing competitions to help thousands of

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Our Grandparents Learned Personal Finance in School. Why Can’t Our Children?

February 7, 2017

Our grandparents learned more in school about personal finance than our children do now. What they needed to know about the nation’s financial system was

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Kiss-A-Pig secures a $5300 grant for local High School

February 2, 2017

Philadelphia public school teachers are always exploring opportunities to receive grants to purchase classroom materials to enrich the curricula. When Sheryl Kirby, business education teacher

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Miss Auburn Candidate Promotes Financial Literacy

February 2, 2017

“Only 35% of students have reported being educated on money management in school. This statistic is troubling because these students are the future of this

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