CEE in the News: Survey of the States

POSTED: April 18, 2012 | BY: admin | TAGS: , , ,

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Survey of the States 2011: The State of Economic and Personal Finance Education in our Nation’s Schools

The Survey of the States is a biennial report that brings attention to the critical importance of economics and personal finance education by documenting its status in the fifty states and the District of Columbia.

CEE has received tremendous support in promoting the Survey and its data. Here is a roundup of press and mentions:

Time MoneyLand – A Step Backward in Spreading Financial Literacy

Huffington Post – Despite Really Nasty Financial Crisis, Teaching Kids About Money Not A Priority

Business Insider – Teens Everywhere Are making Little To No Progress With Financial Literacy

CreditCardGuide.com – Have Consumers Learned from the Recession?

Philly.com – The decline and rise of thrift

CreditCards.com – Public schools get mixed grades on financial literacy

CNN – Who’s teaching your kids about money?

And some excellent blog posts from partners and supporters:







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