Goodbye to Complacency: Financial Literacy Education in the U.S. 2000-2005
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GOODBYE TO COMPLACENCY: FINANCIAL LITERACY EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES 2000 TO 2OO5 is a research paper commissioned by the AARP to update a study published by the FannieMae Foundation in 2000, "Personal Financial and the Rush to Competence, Financial Literacy Education in the United States." It is an overview of the proliferation and effectiveness of the personal financial education efforts undertaken from 2000 to 2005 to help Americans achieve competence in personal finance. Lead authors include Dr. Lois A. Vitt.

Provider
Institute of Socio-Financial Studies
Author
Lois A. Vitt, Gwen M. Reichbach, Jamie L. Kent, Jurg K. Siegenthaler
Price
Free
Published / Released Year
2005
Resource Categories
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Resource Type
Article/Information, Research Report
Target Users
Policymaker, Teacher, classroom or after school
Grade Level
Adult Consumer, College & young adult
Languages
English
Order Phone Number
434-823-1320
Jump$tart Standards
None

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