The strategy sets strategic direction for policy, education, practice, research, and coordination in the financial literacy and education field in the U.S. and identifies four goals to focus this work:
1) Increase awareness of and access to effective financial education
2) Determine and integrate core financial competencies
3) Improve financial education infrastructure
4) Identify, enhance, and share effective practices
View: National Strategy for Financial Literacy 2011 (pdf)
About the Financial Literacy and Education Commission
The Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC) was established in 2003 by Congress. FLEC is comprised of 22 federal government entities and is chaired by the Treasury Department. Members of FLEC work to improve the financial literacy and education of US citizens.
For more information about the Financial Literacy and Education Commission visit http://www.mymoney.gov/.