WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is recommending that policymakers implement a nationwide financial education program into grade school as well as standardized tests.

Upon issuing a white paper Tuesday, CFPB Director Richard Cordray called the current process "utterly unacceptable" in which consumers mostly learn how to manage their finances by trial-and-error.

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