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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How to Turn the Equifax Breach into a Teachable Moment

September 14, 2017

You can’t imagine a more enticing target to hack than one of the three credit reporting agencies. As you have no doubt heard at this

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Why Love and Money Lessons Should Start in High School

September 11, 2017

Most students are nowhere near getting married or committing to a relationship. Still, it’s not too early to introduce them to money issues—and the work-arounds—that

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Why Financial Literacy Teachers are Excited About This New Course

August 15, 2017

With the school year upon us, financial literacy teachers will be happy to know they have a valuable new resource to draw upon—one that will

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New Frontier for Financial Literacy: ‘Brain Hacking’

August 10, 2017

Facebook and Google and YouTube, oh my! Big internet companies are after our attention, and our money. They know us better than we know ourselves

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Ohio Official Sees Mandatory Financial Literacy as Key to Solving Student Debt Crisis

July 18, 2017

Ohio has had its stumbles on the road to greater financial education in its schools. But Attorney General Mike DeWine is getting religion, seeing it

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Moving Towards Financial Literacy in Wisconsin

July 14, 2017

While the Wisconsin State Assembly struggles with what is more important—financial literacy or gun safety—indications are that lawmakers are moving in the right direction. The

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Here’s a Second Chance Financial Educators Must Understand

June 6, 2017

Are the Great Recession’s wounds really healed? You might think so; given recent jobs data and indications that the Fed is about to boost interest

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