Gosling's Grouse: Think of the children

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What should we teach school children in 2030? The charity Nesta asked this question in a recent report and it was too good a headline not to tuck away and comment on.

Who knows, it might reignite the debate about personal finance education in schools again? Over the past ten years, more than 100 charities and industry bodies have made contributions towards 'teaching' about money to school-age children. Some of the debt charities have done, and continue to do, excellent work explaining how credit works and how pernicious it can be for some of the most financially vulnerable in society.  Gosling's Grouse: The art of persuasion in investment A crisis to come will be through online credit from the likes of PayPal and other digital-only organisati...

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