Financial education has overemphasized personal responsibility and downplayed systemic financial inequalities. Wealth or poverty is used to evaluate people’s intelligence and motivation. Our work explores how our beliefs and attitudes about money affect financial learning, teaching, and interactions with financial institutions and other stakeholders.
Our work toward equitable financial education includes the Savings Initiative Project, which resulted in the development of Money Powerup Packs, and the Financial Capability Integration Project, which resulted in Money Mindset Cards.
Money Powerup Packs Design and Evalution
Money Powerup Packs Design and Evalution Throughout 2018, The Prosperity Agenda collaborated with the Washington State Department of Commerce to develop a series of experiential, community …
Money Mindset Card Design and Evalution
Money Mindset Card Design and Evalution Introduction Leaders of workforce development programs have been taking the initiative to integrate financial literacy and capability services into their …