Economic-financial education allows individuals to be empowered and independent, boosting their self-esteem and ambition and thereby improving the social inclusion and quality of citizens life.
However, its value and the need for it are not always recognized. Therefore, Fundación PwC and Fundación Contea have developed this report, which includes a deep comparative analysis of the current economic - financial education of Spanish society to indicate the aspects that we understand should be worked on and improved to enrich the current model. It offers a series of applicable proposals and practices that can help improve economic and financial education in Primary, Secondary and Vocational Training degrees.
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