February 27, 2013
To Foster Financial Literacy, Students Need More Than Information, Report Says
Offering students financial-literacy training has become a popular way for colleges to respond to worries about both the weak economy and students' ability to manage their loans.
It's easy to think of such programs primarily as ways to transmit knowledge to students. But for financial-literacy training to work, it must also tackle students' attitudes and behaviors, says a report released on
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