Article preview: A frequent criticism of the National Curriculum is the absence of much financial education. Teaching kids about money management just makes sense, giving them the tools and knowledge they need to make better decisions in their adult lives. A new report from The Money Charity, which is responsible for financial capability in the UK, found that financial education is far more effective than previously thought.
Financial education is far more effective than previously thought
This 580-word blog post looks at a new report from The Money Charity into the effectiveness of financial education in schools. Written on 10th March 2021.
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