251 South Willard Street Burlington, VT 05401
Phone: 802.860.2700 or 800.570.5858
The Center for Financial Literacy focuses its efforts on creating programs to help educators nationwide improve financial education in their classroom. The Center's innovative and nationally recognized training for K-12 educators is designed to confer the confidence, knowledge, and resources that make a lifelong impact on the lives of their students.
The CFL also helps shape and lead the national conversation around financial education through our trusted research and advocacy on financial literacy.
Supporting educators and partners nationwide, the CFL provides educational resources and research-specific initiatives aimed at preparing individuals with the tools and confidence to better plan and improve their financial futures.
The Center for Financial Literacy provides valuable programs and resources needed to successfully integrate personal finance education into today’s classroom.
We can't do what we do without partners! The CFL works closely with content and financial partners to support financial literacy education and research nationwide.
National Report Cards on State Efforts to Improve Financial Literacy
Using national data, CFL graded all 50 states and the District of Columbia (D.C.) on their efforts to produce financially literate high school graduates. In this report card, we measure how well our high schools are providing personal finance education.
When it comes to report cards, everyone wants an A, but only 5 states were top-of-the class.
Adults often do not fully understand debit and credit cards, mortgages, banking, investment and insurance products and services, retirement planning, and many other financial topics.
As a critical component to our economy, how is your state handling adult financial literacy?
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Center for Financial Literacy
PO Box 670
Burlington, VT 05402-0670