Financial education: ensuring our kids are free to innovate

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In my Breaking poor money habits: bringing financial literacy to the classroom article, I discussed some of the implications of a financially illiterate society. We talked about the ramifications of an assumed financial education, and started exploring the idea of standardising this educational experience by bringing it into the classroom. With such a discussional foundation laid, I’d like

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Breaking poor money habits: bringing financial literacy to the classroom

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Following the tumultuous financial landscape of late, the importance of a financially literate society has been center stage for a lot of us. The implications of letting yet another generation perpetuate our poor money habits are drastic. However, with this concern comes a real opportunity. An opportunity to break the cycle, and instill some sound

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