How can financial education in schools help tackle financial exclusion?
22 November 2016
Ofsted and the PSHE Association give evidence to the Select Committee on Financial Exclusion in a session that considers how promoting and embedding financial exclusion into education might help to combat the issue of financial exclusion.
Tuesday 22 November, Committee Room 2A, Palace of Westminster
- Jenny Barksfield, Deputy Chief Executive and Senior Subject Specialist, PSHE Association
- Adrian Lyons, National Lead for economics, business and enterprise, Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted)
- Are you aware of good practices in financial education in schools that could be rolled out more broadly?
- Do you have a sense of how the teaching of financial education varies across the secondary sector, for example in academies, free schools, foundation schools and the independent sector?
- How can Further Education colleges help to deliver financial education and develop financial capability?
- Who should fund financial education in schools? Are current levels of funding sufficient?
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