A recent Stride project has made headlines in national news this week: the 2023 National Report Card on State Efforts to Improve Financial Literacy in High Schools™.
This report, researched and compiled by Champlain College Center for Financial Literacy—and designed by Stride—grades each U.S. state on how well it teaches high school personal finance in an effort to promote access to financial literacy education across America.
The 159-page accessible report makes the case for high school personal finance education, touches on racial and ethnic disparities in financial capability, and tracks each state’s progress in providing financial education to its high schoolers. The report also projects each state’s future grade.
In addition to providing the design for the report, we assisted Champlain College with its online interactive map, compiling and organizing each state’s data for Champlain’s web team to use in populating the map.
To download the PDF report, click here.