Money In Financial Education
An organization known as “NEFE” or the National Endowment for Financial Education conducted a survey that produced diverging results. Eighty-nine percent of teachers agree or strongly agree that students should take a financial literacy course or pass a test for high school graduation. (NEFE) Another company called EverFi, focuses on preparing learners for next generation challenges, including leadership and success, STEM readiness, health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, and most importantly financial capability. Through surveys, EverFi discovered that sixty-three percent of high school students believed that their caretakers are responsible for teaching them personal finance skills. Followed by the results of another survey produced by Networks Financial Institute, which reported that just twenty-six percent of parents feel they possess the knowledge to educate their kids on money management. Furthermore, eighty-three percent of high school students surmise that personal finance should be a mandatory course in schools today.