Financial Education Petition
Financial education: MPs say vulnerable under-25s need more help
More should be done to ensure vulnerable young people outside of mainstream schooling receive financial education
29 October 2013
It's official: Financial education to be compulsory in schools
Financial education will form a part of the compulsory national curriculum in England from September 2014
12 September 2013
Young people have 'dangerous gaps' in money knowledge, charity says
Young people are entering their adult life with 'dangerous gaps' in their money management skills, according to Pfeg
3 June 2013
Financial education to be added to the national curriculum
Secondary school students could be taught financial education as part of the national curriculum, under new proposals
7 February 2013
Report calls for financial education in colleges
Further education and sixth form colleges should be teaching students money basics, a report says
18 September 2012
Prime Minister responds on financial education in schools
David Cameron has replied to Martin Lewis's open letter on ensuring kids are given money lessons
17 January 2012
Financial education debate: Government to consider compulsory money lessons
MPs today called for financial education to be compulsory at a debate in the House of Commons. The Government said it would listen
15 December 2011
MPs' report calls for financial education in schools
Financial education is needed in schools says the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Education for Young People
12 December 2011
Government responds to compulsory financial education petition
The Government wants money lessons but won't commit to compulsory teaching, in what's been described as
7 November 2011
Ed Balls calls for compulsory financial education
The Shadow Chancellor has given his backing to our petition calling for financial education to be compulsory in schools
9 September 2011
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