Financial-education curriculum standards zero in on 6 areas

04/17/2013 | Education Week

The Council for Economic Education released its National Standards for Financial Literacy for K-12 education, a framework intended to teach students about six subject areas: income, purchasing, credit, saving, investing and insuring. The standards, created by a group of economists, Federal Reserve education specialists and financial-education researchers, include benchmarks for a financial-literacy curriculum for fourth, eighth and 12th grades.

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