The information will be delivered via a new Web site, http://www.flecnationalnetwork.org, that will serve as a clearinghouse for financial education materials produced by state and local governments (as well as associations that represent state and local governments). According to an announcement, the Web site will include information such as the name, description, location, and target audience of financial education programs and materials.
“NAGDCA thanks the Treasury and the Commission for the opportunity to work on such an important project. Providing individuals with financial education is an essential tool in helping them prepare for a secure retirement,” said Mindy Harris, NAGDCA President, in a press release.
NAGDCA is a member of the National Financial Education Network (National Network) which was established by the Financial Literacy and Education Commission this past April to coordinate financial education efforts across the country.