How does FoolProof stack up against other financial literacy-consumer advocacy programs?
Highly Custom credit unions receive detailed metrics monthly. Those stats are important. But we also value other measurements. For instance:
- Is your membership likely to use these programs and what do they think of them?
- Does your staff think this initiative will be useful, and will many of them believe FoolProof’s tools may make their jobs easier?
- How do you rate a teachers’ response to FoolProof for High School or FoolProof Solo?
- How do high school and college students rate FoolProof’s programs?
Here’s feedback from three sources:
- Credit Union Feedback: how do FoolProof credit unions rate programs and support?
- Young People Feedback: do our programs actually register with young people? How do they compare to other programs a young person may have been exposed to?
- Educators Feedback: how do the educators rate the programs, our support tools and efforts?
Why we believe FoolProof feedback is normally very positive: FoolProof thinks many financial literacy and consumer advocacy programs teach the mechanics of money: how to balance a checking account statement, or "pay your bills on time."
FoolProof’s programs teach consumers of all ages how to think critically along with learning the mechanics of money. Our goal to help all consumers Safely Navigate the Free Enterprise System. For more on this philosophy, please read our mission.