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Financial Education for Youth
The Role of Schools
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  11 avr 2014
Pages: 182 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264174818 , Code OCDE: 212012021P1
Prix:   €36 | $50 | £32 | ¥4600 | MXN640 , Frais de livraison inclus
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The importance of financial literacy and specifically the need to promote financial education has been recognised as an important contributor to improved financial inclusion and individuals’ financial well-being as well as a support to financial stability. The relevance of financial education policies is acknowledged at the highest global policy level: in 2012, G20 Leaders endorsed the OECD/INFE High-level Principles on National Strategies for Financial Education that specifically identify youth as one of the priority targets of government policies in this domain. That same year, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Ministers of Finance identified financial literacy as a critical life skill.

The publication addresses the challenges linked to the introduction of financial education in schools, and provides practical guidance and case studies to assist policy makers, and a comparative analysis of existing learning frameworks for financial education in the formal school system.

Tables des matières:

Executive summary 9
Chapter 1. The importance of financial education for youth 13
-The importance of financial literacy for individuals 14
-Benefits of financial literacy 15
-Financial education for youth and in schools 16
-References 18
Chapter 2. Implementing financial education in schools 21
-Strategies to promote and influence political willingness 22
-Effective approaches for the introduction of financial education into school curricula 31
-Tools to support the introduction of financial education in schools 37
-Training the teachers 37
-Resources and pedagogic materials 42
-Ways to ensure the sustainability and efficiency of programmes 48
-Role of private financing: importance and challenges 48
-Evaluation of financial education programmes 54
-References 65
Chapter 3. Comparing selected financial education learning frameworks 67
-Scope and definition 68
-History of the development of existing frameworks 69
-Comparative analysis of content and pedagogical features 70
-Existing financial education learning frameworks 75
-References 108
-Appendix 3.A1. Comparison of financial education learning frameworks in selected countries 110
-Appendix 3.A2. Japan: Contents of financial education by age group 117
-Appendix 3.A3. The Netherlands: Learning targets 131
-Appendix 3.A4. New Zealand: Financial capability progressions 144
Annex A. INFE Guidelines for Financial Education in Schools 165
-References 179

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