• 1. Australian Ministerial Council, now called the Ministerial Council for Education, Early Childhood Education and Youth Affairs (MCEECDYA), is the vehicle for coordinating strategic education policy at the national level in Australia, including negotiation of national priorities based on shared objectives and interests. The members of MCEECDYA include State, Territory, Australian Government and New Zealand Ministers with responsibility for the portfolios of school education, early childhood development and youth affairs.
  • 2. goals for schooling working group, 24776.html
  • 3. See
  • 4. See
  • 5. For more information on the Brazilian National Strategy, please see Russia‚Äôs G20 Presidency/OECD, 2013.
  • 6. See resources/Financial-capability
  • 7. Financial Services Authority of the UK (2006).
  • 8. Financial Services Authority of the UK (2006).
  • 9. The school stories are available at the following link: resources/Financial-capability/FC-school-stories
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  • 11. More information available at and
  • 12. The following web-link provides an example of the draft overview pec_key_stage_1.pdf
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  • 15. Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy (2007).
  • 16. The OECD/INFE is currently developing Guidelines for Private and Civil Stakeholders in Financial Education, to be finalised in 2014.
  • 17.
  • 18. Guides and lesson plans available at
  • 19. See also INFE (2011) and Yoong et al., 2013
  • 20. The Pilot evaluation was made possible by the collaboration between several institutions within the framework of the activities of the Russian/World Bank/OECD Trust Fund on Financial Literacy. The collaborating institutions are the World Bank Research Department and DIME, Centro de Politicas Phblicas e Avalia?ao da Educa?ao
  • (CAEd) together with private sector organisations such as Associa?ao Brasileira das Entidades dos Mercados Financeiro e de Capitais (ANBIMA), BM&F BOVESPA, Federa?ao Brasileira de Bancos (FEBRABAN), and Institute Unibanco (IU).
  • 21. Scottish Government Social Research, (2009).
  • 22. Learning Teaching Scotland (1999).
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