American Students Lack Financial Knowledge and Skills

POSTED: February 1, 2016 | BY: Daniel Thompson

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In 2012, nearly 30,000 teenagers from 18 countries took part in the first large-scale international assessment of young people’s financial literacy. More than one in six students in the United States failed to reach the baseline level of proficiency in financial literacy. Overall, American students fall in the middle of the pack globally.

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