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Is financial education the right solution?In this constantly changing world, the young generation needs a more systematic and educative way to learn financial literacy skills.Consequently, the OECD's "principles and good practices for financial education and awareness" suggested that financial education should start at an early stage by integrating it into school curricula.However, incorporating financial education into school curricula is a long process because decisions should be taken on the policy level for it to be implemented. Such training not only acts as an informative session; it also helps to shed light on the essentiality of financial education, showing us how important it is for today's leaders and policymakers to make financial literacy a priority.
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