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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Why My Dumb Hat is a Great Money Lesson

April 25, 2018

Talking about money has always been difficult. Seven in 10 adults consider it rude to bring up the topic, Ally Bank found. Nearly half of

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These States Are Doing The Most To Promote Financial Literacy

April 18, 2018

The publishing world has known for eons that readers love a good list. So, we have the world’s wealthiest list from Forbes, the best places

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NGPF To Award $150,000 For Money Essays

February 27, 2018

Free financial literacy learning tools have multiplied in recent years. But few offer cash rewards for playing. Now, NextGen Personal Finance, a nonprofit dedicated to

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England Checks the Box on Financial Education–Then Fails to Follow Through

February 27, 2018

England made financial education mandatory in state-funded schools starting in 2014, and at the time it appeared to be a global leader in the effort

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What Progress? 20 Years of Financial Literacy

February 8, 2018

If the nearby chart was a stock, you would sell it. You would do that even if the stock was of a company that might

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Should You Pay Allowance In Bitcoin?

January 9, 2018

At Right About Money, we are big believers in paying young people allowance as a means for teaching them to handle money responsibly as they

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These States are Boosting Financial Education Below the Radar

December 13, 2017

Financial education will always be a difficult subject for educators. States are in charge of their public-school curriculums, and in many states it is left

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