According to a recent study conducted by third-party researchers at the University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute, middle school students who completed the financial literacy course, FutureSmart, showed a significant increase in their financial knowledge and intentions to engage with financial products in the future.
The research, conducted in cooperation with the MassMutual Foundation and EVERFI, also revealed that financial education meaningfully increased knowledge for students across all gender, racial, ethnic, and parental education backgrounds.
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- The impact of financial education on middle- and high-school-aged students
- How financial education can be used as an equalizer for students from diverse backgrounds
- How the MassMutual Foundation’s program with EVERFI has scaled since 2015