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Tony Kuc's insight:
So this isn't about financial literacy, but the use if social media is a tool in engaging students in financial literacy - hence its inclusion. Provides some good referencew to guides, etc.
Educators across Canada are increasingly seeing the value of teaching kids the basics of money management at a young age, but some experts warn the patchwork of programs being offered in schools can only go so far in helping students avoid major...
“Many young Americans lack the basic skills to manage money,” said Annamaria Lusardi, academic director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center at George Washington University. The GFLEC designed the financial literacy section of the PISA.
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