Nurturing young adults’ financial accountability and responsibility:
- towards their own money, in order to be more long-term oriented and avoid decisions that may damage their lives and careers,
- towards their family members, in order to responsibly spend their parents’ money and later on support them in a sustainable way, including by being a role model,
- towards their employer and country, in order to encourage ethical practices and curb corruption which is a major obstacle to development and social peace.
How can your school facilitate these changes?
- Include practical financial education workshops in your curriculum, both face to face and online,
- Involve parents and encourage students to become role-models,
- Delegate some budgets (year-end festival, field trip, cafeteria, etc…) for students to manage directly, with a clear process and regular reports to the school/university CFO.
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