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Student Financial Literacy

Campus-Based Program Development

by Dorothy B. Durband

  • 39 Want to read
  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Higher Education,
  • Families,
  • Social sciences,
  • Economics,
  • Economics general

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dorothy B. Durband, Sonya L. Britt
    ContributionsBritt, Sonya L., SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27089914M
    ISBN 109781461435051

    The benefits of an education in financial literacy, while useful at any age, are especially strong for college students. Why is financial literacy important for college students in particular? Research has shown that students are better able to retain what they have learned in the classroom if they are able to connect it with their own experiences. Financial literacy is the possession of skills that allows people to make smart decisions with their money. And don’t be misled by the word literacy. Although understanding stats and facts about money is great, no one has truly grasped financial literacy until they can regularly do the right things with money that lead to the right financial.

    By reading a common FFL title together, students and families will learn valuable financial literacy concepts, engage in rich conversations, and develop an improved understanding of both personal and community economics. All by reading a book together. That’s Family Financial Literacy. It might seem like financial literacy can wait until children are older, but studies have shown that a child’s money habits are mostly in place by age 7. Elementary school-age children are fully capable of understanding financial topics and acquiring the skills they need to achieve financial .

    Financial literacy starts in preschool with counting, and then the introduction of basic financial concepts. Many books explore how to earn money and what to do with that money, and some illustrate what it’s like when there is not enough money. The recommended books below are perfect to start conversations about compassion and help students understand different financial perspectives. The Office of Financial Literacy provides financial literacy education, guidance, and support to prospective and current CCSU students. Our workshops and resources cover a number of important issues students face as they make the transition to college life.


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Financial Literacy Handbook. by Emmanuel Mwesige. This handbook is about financial literacy. It typically looks at how to make or earn money, managing said money, saving and investing, donating some and financial planning among other elements.

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Project includes detailed assessment list (rubric) as well as vocabulary end of course review to be completed by students as homework. The first full-length reference of its kind, Student Financial Literacy: Campus-Based Program Development is designed to guide professionals in implementing a new financial education program or enhancing an existing one.

Its contributors are experts in personal finance and authorities on financial literacy education. The lack of financial education and support for students has resulted in record levels of student debt as well as numerous other issues including poverty and unemployment.

We seek to empower students, as well as all other individuals, through financial literacy. Product Type: Book - 30 pages Level: College.

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