Credit scores and data breaches don’t bother US adults

The report called for more data sensitization for adults. It also how financial literacy sent to the back of the classroom due to recent developments in public education policy. “This is the group that came of age during the advent of No Child Left Behind and Common Core,” said Pamela Whalley, director of the Center for Economic & Financial Education at Western Washington University. “Schools have increasingly focused on math, language and arts, which are vital skills, but it’s come at the expense of things like civics, economics and personal finance.”