financial education

Money lessons in action

Rachel Rickard Straus finds out what pupils learnt in a MyBnk workshop

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Financial education: why it matters to start young

You may not immediately think retirement and teaching children about money are things that go together. But for me and my colleagues at TISA, we see the two as going hand in hand

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What next for the winners of our Personal Finance Teacher of the Year awards?

Six months ago, Moneywise awarded a primary and a secondary school our Personal Finance Teacher of the Year award – each received prize money of £3, 250.

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Making it easy to close the economics knowledge gap

Just 60 years ago, the economy was rarely spoken about. Today, you can barely escape it. But has our economic literacy kept up? Moneywise explores the case for making it compulsory…

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Vulnerable young people offered financial education cut their debts by 60% - while their peers see borrowing rise by 50%

Investing in the financial education of vulnerable young people has a dramatic effect on their financial wellbeing, new research has found.

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How investing is teaching children about money - and life

The Shares4Schools competition pits teams of sixth-formers against each other, making their own trading decisions and investing real money

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Good Money Week: Teaching your kids about money could also help improve your finances

A pilot course designed to help parents teach their children about money has also unexpectedly improved parents’ finances too.

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Your shout: Moneywise readers have their say in July 2018

Each month we publish the best comments, emails and letters from our readers. Here are the best of July 2018.

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How the education experts motivate kids to learn about money

In our increasingly cashless society, teaching children about money is more vital than ever. Our experts explain the best ways to do it.

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