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Meanwhile, Charles Schwab is launching educational programs aimed at helping teens gain financial confidence.

Sep 16 2021

Meanwhile, Charles Schwab is launching educational programs aimed at helping teens gain financial confidence. YPulse’s education research shows that 39% of today’s high school students wish personal finance was taught in school, and Charles Schwab is attempting to close their financial education gap with two new programs. Moneywise America is a free program that will be offered to schools and nonprofits that don’t have their own financial literacy programs, specifically targeting youth in under-resourced communities and schools, and features a complete financial literacy curriculum backed by employee volunteers at Charles Schwab. The second program launches next year and is aimed at young girls in grades K-12 by supporting the Girl Scouts of the USA (GUSA) with financial literacy and money management skills. (Fast Company)