Loan shark cartoons to teach kids about debt dangers
School children in England, are being encouraged to be taught about the dangers of using loan sharks
3 March 2014
MSE backs schools scheme – are your kids being taught to Get Money Smart?
Free posters and teaching materials are being sent to every school in England to encourage financial education
28 November 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
Financial education plan for selected disadvantaged schools
20 primary schools in some of the country's most deprived areas will get help to teach financial education
21 January 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
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Chancellor commits to looking for 'workable solutions' to help mortgage prisoners - and praises MSE's campaign5 March 2021The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis that the Government will keep looking for solutions to help mortgage prisoners, after Martin tackled him on the issue
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