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CEE In The News: Teens Are Stressed Over Money

US News & World Report references a recent study by H&R Block that reveals adults aren’t the only ones worrying about money. The survey of 13- to 17-year-olds shows that teens are worried about future student loan debt, gaining employment and maintain the standard of living from their childhood homes.

The article cites CEE’s 2014 Survey of the States which found that most public school students do not take an economics or personal finance course. Our game, Gen i Revolution was highlighted as a tool to be used to bridge the gap in financial literacy.

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New Survey Findings Show Financial Literacy Lagging in K-12 Public Schools

Council for Economic Education Offers Teacher and Student Resources for Financial Literacy Month

NEW YORK, NY April 1, 2014 – Since 2003, the US has recognized April as Financial Literacy Month, shining a spotlight on the importance of personal finance and economic education. And yet, a new survey from the Council for Economic Education (CEE) reveals slow to no growth in K–12 personal finance and economic education in public schools. According to the Council for Economic Education’s 2014 Survey of the States, a majority of the public school students in the United States still are not exposed to economics or personal finance education despite the lessons of the recent recession. Read more…

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CEE In the News: Why Students in Oklahoma Have a Brighter Future

A recent TIME article explains Oklahoma’s creation of “one of the most comprehensive statewide school-based financial education programs in the country.” Beginning this May, high-school seniors will be required to have a firm understanding of 14 money management concepts in order to graduate. 

Oklahoma’s standards ranked among the top in our 2014 Survey of the States.
 

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CEE In The News: Economics Education ‘Moves Sideways’

The Wall Street Journal reports that while more U.S. students are taking personal finance or economics classes than before, many schools have yet to teach either subject. According to CEE’s newly published Survey of the States, high schools in just 24 states offer economics courses, while 22 states have an economics requirement, little changed from the most recent survey two years ago.

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