EVERFI’s scalable schooling platform spans ages, industries and education-levels—and news outlets everywhere have taken note of its ability to power a new kind of learning. As the leader in interactive education software, EVERFI is making news. People are talking, and experts are taking notice. Scroll down to read up on EVERFI's latest news articles and media coverage.
As of April, we have reached over one million students through the MassMutual Foundation’s FutureSmart program; we’re now halfway to our goal of providing two million students with financial education by 2020. The knowledge gains and behavioral changes we’ve seen at scale give me hope that young people are prepared to be smart stewards of their own financial futures. We have seen students’ scores on pre- and-post assessments rise from a D to a B. In addition, nearly 90% of students are taking the knowledge they learn home to the dinner table or using our companion app outside of the classroom.
In a recent survey, EVERFI found that addressing harassment and discrimination is a top priority for businesses, at 83% of those surveyed. But efforts can't end with a one-time training; efforts must be ongoing and ingrained in company culture, experts say. That's where the real challenge is: providing training that resonates with employees, changing minds and behaviors to create a workplace where employees adhere to your conduct standards.
EVERFI, a D.C.-based tech start-up that sells online education courses, has set up a new headquarters in Washington, with a 13-year lease that effectively commits it to staying in the District for the foreseeable future.
The company provides 50 online learning modules to over 750 credit unions, schools, and select employer groups across the US. Topics covered include credit scoring and reports, financing higher education, opening checking accounts, and identity protection.
“It’s easy to say let’s wait,” said Ray Martinez, co-founder and president of financial education at EVERFI. An education technology firm, EVERFI works with numerous banks to provide meaningful, age-appropriate financial education coursework to their communities.
Teaching financial literacy in the classroom is one promising way to improve financial capacity for today’s young people.
Today’s young people face an overwhelming number of complex financial decisions. However, many are unprepared to make informed financial choices as they move into adulthood. In fact, three out of four young adults cannot answer basic financial questions.
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