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Financial literacy education has lasting impact
Financial literacy courses help shape students into better money managers, study finds

By Hadley Malcolm
April 8, 2014

Survey of 65,000 College Students Shows Need for High School Financial Literacy Requirement

Report, Money Matters on Campus, Details How Early Financial Attitudes and Knowledge Influence Students’ Financial Decisions

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 8, 2014—The second-year results of Money Matters on Campus, a survey of 65,000 first-year college students across the U.S., show that policy makers, practitioners and educators should encourage more and differentiated financial literacy education components in K-12 environments. Further, results indicate that colleges and universities should provide financial education early on in the college experience to maximize the likelihood that students will make sound financial decisions and increase their chance of degree completion.


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