Effects of Financial Literacy Integration on The Saving Attitude of Pupils

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  • Annabelle Albina
  • Pedrina Patron

Abstract

Financial education is said to play a big role in developing an effective financial management. Problems of alarming rates of bankruptcy and high levels of consumer indebtedness reflect the need for financial education. This descriptive study used the survey method in determining the effects of financial literacy integration on the saving attitude of pupils in grades IV, V and VI in Dumaguete City, Philippines. Two sets of questionnaire were used for each group and data collected were treated using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) version 17.0. Findings reveal that the extent of elementary school teachers’ integration of financial literacy concepts is Good and bears the indicator Less Detailed. Responses are also found to be closely related. Further, it is revealed that pupils learn to save from their school allowances and help sustain their education needs as reflected by their deposits in cooperatives and other locations.

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Published

2015-06-30

How to Cite

Albina, A., & Patron, P. (2015). Effects of Financial Literacy Integration on The Saving Attitude of Pupils. PRISM, 20(1). Retrieved from https://norsu.edu.ph/norsuprism/index.php/norsuprism/article/view/2

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