It’s time to kick the banks out of schools, and teach kids real money skills!

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Stuart Hudson
4 days ago
I believe it's important for kids to learn about the value of money for their own as well as our country's future and be financially independent in retirement to reduce the government's Debt Burdens now and in the future cheers regards from Stewy Hudson and Family Dalby Queensland Australia

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John Kemp
5 days ago
Banks should be helping the young and to arrange budgets

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Mirian Allende
6 days ago
I’m signing it because I see it as a very positive change for the school.

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Gavin Williams
6 days ago
Because I care

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Xenia Aitken-Smith
6 days ago
I want my kids to have a better understanding of money

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Julie Hundley
6 days ago
I wish I’d been taught more about the handling Of money

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Zij Shaan
1 week ago
I know how corrupt the banks can be
I know how everyone can be I consciously influenced by corrupt mentality, even when they don’t want to. (Not about banks but fancy DISMISSING an inquest into paedophilia in Australia BECAUSE so many elites in Australia - judges clergy police eg were involved! I’m disgusted!)
I know what the banks did with our children’s saving accounts. Keep them out of our schools.

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seren fikir
1 week ago
I was never tought how to Save my money that i was working very hard for. I could of owned a home 10yrs ago if i had thr foundation to save.

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Tracy Perpetually-Wronged
1 week ago
I wrote a well publicised book called 'Goodbye Welfare' in 2006 (after being a generational welfare recipient) and spoke about financial literacy needing to be taught in schools. I was balked at over & over. Apparently the education system had enough to teach. My argument was If you can't learn the skills at home then where do you get them? All fell on deaf ears. Seems thinking can change. I just hope I will be listened to on my latest campaign for kids.

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Charmaine Ling
2 weeks ago
I don't want my kids to have to learn the hard way as I did when I left high school. I want them to be empowered through knowledge and practice before they leave high school and to be better citizens within their communities