FINANCE LITERACY CLUB

               Today, Indians are struggling with their finances, largely because of financial illiteracy. Education about finance must be implemented at an early age. Financial literacy is not inherent, and many children are unfortunately born into a financially illiterate family. According to a 2008 financial literacy survey, almost fifty percent of those who closely monitor their finances say that they learned about personal finance from their parents or at home. In order to solve this problem, we must tackle it at its root. So Global Vision schools begin implementing financial education classes in order to promote financial literacy. 

  • Implement financial classes

  • Create clubs promoting financial awareness

  • Offer financial lessons in the community for families with economic issues

  • Make saving plans available to students directly from their high school

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