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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Where To Find Financial Education Curriculum

One of the common questions I get from teachers is where can I find financial education curriculum and resources?

There are many great resources out there and many Web sites to lead you to them.

Check out some of the Web sites I usually share with educators.
  1. DFI’s Financial Education Clearinghouse
    DFI’s financial education clearinghouse includes a special section for educators where you can find materials, curriculum, speakers, and Washington organizations who are ready and willing to help.
  2. Financial Education Public Private Partnership
    The Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership has reviewed financial education curriculum and recommends a number curriculum and programs as effective tools for your classroom. View their listing of curriculum and programs.
  3. Jump$tart Coalition Clearinghouse
    The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy has a large and searchable database of financial education curriculum. Pre-school through adults. Customize your search and find curriculum that suits your needs.
  4. Practical Money Skills for Life
    Visa’s Practical Money Skills for Life program includes free curriculum, games, and materials for educators.
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