Financial Literacy and Education Commission: Progress Made in Fostering Partnerships, But National Strategy Remains Largely Descriptive Rather Than Strategic
DIANE Publishing, 2009 - 20 pages
In 2003, the Financial Literacy and Educ. Comm. was created, which comprises 20 fed. agencies. In Dec. 2006 Hillman recommend. that the Comm.: (1) incorporate additional elements into its national strategy to help it serve as a true implementation plan, measure results, and ensure accountability; (2) expand current efforts to cultivate sustainable partnerships with states, localities, non-profits, and private entities; (3) obtain independent reviewers for the required assessments of overlap in fed. activities and the availability and impact of fed. materials; and (4) measure customer satisfaction with its Web site and test its usability. This statement discusses the Comm's. progress in implementing these recommend. and key challenges it faces.
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