Many adults attend financial education classes to helpthem make more informed financial decisions, based ontheir
- knowledge of their financial situation
- available cash or funds
- planned expenditures.
This volume brings together scholars from the fields of adulteducation and financial literacy and covers topics that revealthe interrelatedness of the two fields. They show how concepts andknowledge about adult education can be utilized in and illuminatefinancial education, and they offer insights about how financialeducation, as an eminently practical subject, shows adults learningand putting their new knowledge into action.
This is the 141st volume of this Jossey-Bass series. Noted for itsdepth of coverage, it explores issues of common interest toinstructors, administrators, counselors, and policymakers in abroad range of adult and continuing education settings, such ascolleges and universities, extension programs, businesses, libraries, and museums.