It's unlikely the U.S. will adopt national standards for financial education, as the United Kingdom and Australia have done, offers Dan Kadlec, strategic adviser to the National Financial Educators Council. However, Kadlec writes in this commentary, there is momentum for including financial literacy in curricula, with the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau releasing recommendations for financial education in K-12 and the Treasury Department launching a website that includes prepared financial lessons for math and English teachers.
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