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Financial Literacy Month 2024: A Comprehensive Focus on Financial Capability

Financial Literacy Month 2024: A Comprehensive Focus on Financial Capability

By Billy J. Hensley, Ph.D., President and CEO National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)

Embark on an exploration of financial capability in 2024 with NEFE. From bipartisan proclamations to groundbreaking research, discover the latest initiatives shaping financial capability.

Acknowledging and Addressing Historical and Present-Day Financial Trauma in Indian Country

Acknowledging and Addressing Historical and Present-Day Financial Trauma in Indian Country

By Stephanie Cote

Dive into the impact of historical experiences on Native communities' financial well-being. Uncover solutions to break the cycle of financial trauma

Rations and Commodities: Mass Genocide through Generational Limited and Processed Food Access

Rations and Commodities: Mass Genocide through Generational Limited and Processed Food Access

By Stephanie Cote

Delve into the hidden history of food access among Native American communities. From ancestral lands to government rations, discover the journey towards cultural reclamation and health equity. Read more

New Opinion Poll of U.S. Adults Contrast Current and Future Concerns Regarding Financial Well-Being

Dive into the latest NEFE poll to uncover the financial sentiments of U.S. adults—optimism tempered with concerns about the future. Discover more now!

Financial Education Research Projects Exploring Underserved Communities Receive Funding

Dive into NEFE's groundbreaking research, addressing college food insecurity and wealth gaps. Join the discussion at the upcoming Financial Education and Innovation Summit.

Poll Analysis: Native Community Members Who Experience Bias Report Lower Quality of Financial Life

By NEFE Staff

Explore how bias affects Indigenous financial well-being. Insights reveal barriers hindering flourishing & importance of inclusion.

NEFE Appoints New Members to Board of Trustees

NEFE welcomes Nancy Kim-Yun and Beth Lesen to its 16-member Board of Trustees. Meet the new faces driving change and innovation.

RTDNA, NEFE Partner on Personal Finance Reporting Resource

Uncover the power of Finance 411: RTDNA & NEFE's dynamic partnership, helping delivering impactful personal finance reporting.

Boarding Schools and Western Education-Related Trauma

Boarding Schools and Western Education-Related Trauma

By Stephanie Cote

Learn about the profound legacy of Native American boarding schools, unraveling the trauma and triumphs. Discover the path to healing and success in indigenous education.

In Context: Historic Injustice and Financial Education in Indigenous Communities

Delve into the profound examination of historic injustices and financial education within Indigenous communities. NEFE, led by Stephanie Cote, unravels critical narratives, challenging conventional approaches. Join us in reshaping effective financial education with cultural sensitivity.

Trends in Innovation and Impact

Trends in Innovation and Impact

NEFE's 2022 Summit introduced key principles—Access, Quality, and Impact. As we gear up for this year's Financial Education Innovation & Impact Summit, see an outline for our field for the next several years.

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