By the Numbers: Financial Literacy in U.S. Schools

How to best teach students financial literacy in schools is a hot topic in education right now.

To gain insight into financial literacy in schools, MDR spoke to over 600 teachers and administrators. We asked what financial literacy instruction currently looks like in their districts, which grade levels were receiving this instruction, and what additional resources were needed to do the job right.

We compiled their responses into a data-packed infographic. (Did you know that 86% of U.S. high schools provide financial literacy instruction? But only 34% of adults feel like they’re doing OK financially.) Check it out for tips, statistics, and ideas on how to build meaningful relationships with teachers and schools to shape financially savvy young adults.

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