DALLAS, Oct. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) announced today the start of its annual Substitute Cash for Candy campaign and Candy Toss contest. Each year, the NFEC encourages parents, families, neighbors, and local businesses to get involved – making Halloween a little sweeter and a lot healthier by exchanging cash for candy and teaching money management and savings lessons in the process. A free, downloadable guide for parents, treat givers, and organizations provides simple financial literacy activities aligned with the campaign to help kids learn about money.
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DALLAS, Aug. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a lot of talk about division about what is taught in school today, but the latest research by the National Financial Educators Council suggests that most of us can agree on one issue: we believe youth should learn about money management while in high school. According to the results of an NFEC survey conducted in August, more than 84% of Americans responded "Definitely Yes" or "Yes" to the question, "Do you think high school students should take personal finance courses in high school?"