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Fifteen years of age ended up in the international comparison of financial literacy PISA 2012 (Program for International Student Assessment) in six cities from eighteen countries.

The results were published today in Pai by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

An average of 513 points of Czech students means an above-average result. The best knowledge was demonstrated from English, their average climbed to 603 points. Vlmsk st Belgium, Estonia, Australia and New Zland took the place to go ahead of the Czech Republic. A total of about 29,000 students from 13 OECD countries and five partner countries surveyed the survey two years ago. In the Czech Republic, 6,535 hp joined the testing laboratory.

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The Czech children were surprised by how their mathematical knowledge turned out in this PISA test room. When the researcher compared the results of similar maths in financial and financial literacy, the Czechs were in the first place in the comparison of those who best met the equivalently given results in mathematics.

On average, 21.2 percent of those tested showed the highest level of knowledge, compared to 22.5 percent of Czech children. These were able to live in non-standard situations, demonstrated knowledge of the Irish financial framework and, for example, were familiar with tax issues. In vtzn anghaji there were 63.5 percent.

On the contrary, in the top groups, including children who met the maximum basic level, 9.5 percent of those tested were in the Czech Republic. In Colombia, for example, which had the worst results, it was more than half. The OECD average was 14.6 percent.

The results of the introduction of financial literacy in rounds are known

The survey showed that in the Czech Republic is one of the best availability of financial literacy in schools. Get through the five birds to what it meant a kind of city just outside Slovakia. The average of all tested countries was about 52 percent.

In contrast to a similar test of mathematical knowledge and children’s literacy, in which boys achieved better results, there were no significant differences in financial literacy in the overwhelming majority of cases between boys and children.

Even young children are more financially responsible

If the knowledge of the Czech children has two hopes that the situation turns to better, a recent survey of the Czech insurance company confirms it. For example, Czechs (12 and 13 years old) were pleasantly surprised not only by their knowledge in the field of insurance, but also by the general awareness of how to behave responsibly in the field of finance and how to manage retirement.

The children had a precise idea of ​​what to insure and for them it is good to arrange a connection. In addition to the classic bonds, such as car bonds or property bonds, they named another: There is also such a bond for stupidity, when we heat someone. You can insure adrenaline sports. Skuten then surprised a one-year-old boy with his year: I think that graves can certainly be insured.

The children knew that it was important to read the contract in any way before signing it, and one of them even pointed out the fact that clients must not allow themselves to be forced into the signing of the contract by pressure, and indeed insist that they are thorough.

We place great emphasis on education in the field of financial literacy. Children learn not only our teacher, we work with external experts who provide children with a different world of finance, according to them about the experience of practice and learning to make it more attractive and attractive for children., uvd Ota Baant, editor of Ema Destinnov, and adds that it is important that the cantor’s efforts bear fruit.

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