Bringing Financial Education To 1,200 Classrooms In 60 Days

May 26, 2017

At Next Gen Personal Finance, we set a goal this spring to bring activities and projects into 1,000 new classrooms. Our experience leading workshops had demonstrated the

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Financial Education More (not Less) Valuable Amid Student Loan Upheaval

May 24, 2017

This is what critics mean when they argue that the financial world moves too fast for financial education in the classroom to be effective: President

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How the Biggest Hack in History Changes the Nature of Financial Literacy

May 17, 2017

The ransomware virus that landed in 150 countries last week, and was called the biggest cyberattack in history, points up an aspect of financial literacy

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The Sad Truth About Careers, Loans, Financial Literacy and Recessions

May 16, 2017

A decade after the housing bust we are staring at a similar bubble in student loans. When this new debt bubble bursts the fallout, again,

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What Malta is Showing the Rest of Europe About Financial Education

May 10, 2017

In Malta, the small island-nation south of Sicily, two new programs introduced during European Money Week provide the latest evidence that financial literacy is a

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How Florida is Moving the Ball on Financial Literacy

May 9, 2017

A pair of bills in the Florida House and Senate that would make financial literacy classes a requirement for high school students are working their

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This Rapper Drives a ’98 Honda to Make a Point About Financial Literacy

May 8, 2017

Rapper Dee-1 ain’t got no car note and he wants everyone to know it, especially young people that may have developed an unhealthy affinity for

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Is the Financial Literacy Movement Racist?

May 5, 2017

Is financial education racist? In the decade since financial literacy became a focal point of my work, I have heard all manner of criticism. Financial

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