A total of 1,279 students in grades 5 through 9 were given personal finance education in the form of a live play and supporting classroom instruction revolving around the benefits of saving. Students’ knowledge and attitudes were tested both before and after the educational intervention, with identical questionnaires in order to examine the magnitude of change and to test for differences by the age (grade) of the students. Some students also participated in an experiment that focused on saving. Read all about it.
Money Management Case Story