As part of #YoungMoney17 week, The Money Charity argues the case for a more focused commitment to delivery effective financial education for children and young people in England's schools.
Samantha Godden, Manager of Community and Outreach - Financial Capability at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, shares how their work to evaluate the Lessons in Financial Education Programme is supporting their commitment to improve the improve the impact of financial capability programmes across the sector.
Brian Souter, DebtAware Education Manager, outlines how being part of the Money Advice Service Children and Young People Financial Capability Evaluation Cohort is giving them the opportunity to substantively demonstrate the impact of their programme for the first time.
Marianna Lemus, Research and Evaluation Manager at Young Enterprise, explains how they're taking a flexible, but common approach to evaluating their Centres of Excellence using the MAS Financial Capability Evaluation Toolkit.
Avantika Taneja, Project Manager – Numeracy and Financial Literacy at the Tower Hamlets Business Education Partnership sets out the fascinating insights they've already gained from the early evaluation findings of the pilot Abacus programme.
TSIP is dedicated to helping organisations across sectors develop user-focused, evidence-based solutions to society’s biggest challenges. That’s why, this year, we’re featuring a series of guest blogs from social organisations, who are putting lived experience at the heart of their work.
Young Women's Trust supports and represents women aged 16-30 struggling to live on low or no pay in England and Wales and who are at risk of being trapped in poverty.
In this blog, Emma McKay – a Senior Policy Officer at the charity (@EmsMckay), writes about their latest research and its value to policy makers.
Evaluating the impact of your public sector work is vital: it can help you to prove its value, attract extra investment and gain insights into how to improve as you scale up. In an interview, with Nesta for the Design for Europe project, Elliot Trevithick, TSIP consultant gives his top tips and advice on how to do it.