The FDIC is in the early phases of a research study to evaluate the Money Smart for Young Adults curriculum. This study will assess how the curriculum impacts participants' financial knowledge and behavior. This survey builds on the evaluation that found the Money Smart curriculum improves the money-management practices of adults.
We are looking for financial educators who plan to teach part or all of the curriculum sometime in the coming months and are willing to distribute a short assessment quiz to students before the start of the first class that uses Money Smart for Young Adults and then again at the end. If you are selected to participate, you will receive a stipend and will also have the opportunity to contribute to this important financial education research project.
If you are a financial educator interested in participating in the survey, please complete our short online questionnaire.