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This study focused on reviewing and benchmarking
how Tanzania primary and secondary school curriculum able to impart personal
financial knowledge and skills to the young generation. Stressing the need and
the importance of personal financial literacy at young age. Approach: among other aspects the
review uses jumpstart coalition financial literacy standards to assess the
adequacy of the syllabus to impart personal financial literacy