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Creative Financial Education Pays Extra Dividends at This University

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order Ivermectin mastercard While education officials around the country wrestle with where and how to formally bring financial literacy lessons into schools, at least one enterprising college administrator

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What the King of Money Apps can Teach Financial Educators

January 25, 2017

Financial educators would do well to take their cues from Karl Ebert, also known as the King of Financial Apps. Ebert has created more than

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What Teacher Pushback Says About Financial Education in Canada

January 18, 2017

A tug of war over school-based financial education in Quebec, Canada highlights the problems many governments around the world encounter as they push to raise

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Firing a Librarian Caused This School to Backslide on Financial Education

January 13, 2017

With a tight budget and slack enrollment at A.N. Pritzker elementary school in Chicago, officials sacked the librarian and for a while, anyway, used the

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Why I Wish Money 101 was a Required Class in College

January 2, 2017

My four years at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio taught me many things: How not to turn laundry pink, bagel bites are not dinner. I

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Will Ohio Backtrack on Financial Literacy Effort?

December 23, 2016

A bill in the Ohio legislature that holds great promise for the financial future of students in the state lies dormant for now, which means

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TRUMPED! The Message Behind Soaring Bank Stocks (It’s Not All Good)

December 9, 2016

Donald Trump is a singular force that promises to reshape the economy in ways that every student would do well to understand. From tax policy

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TRUMPED! How Obamacare Repeal and HSA Focus Would Change Financial Education Lessons

December 8, 2016

Donald Trump is a singular force that promises to reshape the economy in ways that every student would do well to understand. From tax policy

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