Investing in Education partners with financial industry leaders and academia to provide complimentary digital subscriptions to students. These partnerships enable faculty and students to engage with business leaders, top market professionals, C-level executives, and successful investors to bring real-world financial experience and know-how into classrooms.
THE CURRENT NUMBER OF STATES TO REQUIRE FINANCIAL EDUCATION COURSES TO EARN A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
OF UNDERGRADUATES CANNOT PASS A BASIC FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE TEST
University of Texas
University of Colorado Boulder
Bowie State University
University of North Carolina
University of Virginia
University of San Francisco
University of Florida
"I am glad the program is such a success. I have received notes from all of the students in the class…it was so nice to read them all and hear how valuable they found the program."
"I would like to thank Barron's for allowing our students and faculty free access, not only, to Barron's financial literacy resources, but also, to its financial experts, via its virtual roundtable discussion on issues of significant interest to the typical investor, household. Given the current economic condition we're facing, your program is even justifiably more important now than ever before."
Dean of the School of Business, Participating School
Director of Financial Education
Over the past five years, Joe has been with Barron's Group working with deans and donors that wish to partner with Dow Jones to help provide financial proficiency at schools across the country.
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