While a recent EverFi survey found that the majority of parents talk to their children about money, less than half of those children feel well prepared for financial conversations. Greater financial literacy responsibility now falls to schools, who face the challenge of choosing the strongest of available programs. In response to this, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has developed the Youth Financial Education Curriculum Review Tool as a resource for those who make decisions about educating today’s students, providing an evidenced-based framework for evaluating and comparing financial education curricula.
Review the guide, Evaluating a K-12 Financial Education Curriculum: An Overview of the Research, and you'll learn:
- 3 key strategies for reviewing financial education curricula
- The benefits of evaluating financial education curricula