The Financial Literacy Summit Series is designed to equip grade 5 – 12 educators with the knowledge and tools to enable students the opportunity to control their financial futures. Earn 6 hours of professional development Receive curriculum resources in each session Learn to teach required consumerism and financial literacy standards Lunch included Sessions include best Read More
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The poverty simulation is an interactive activity designed to aid participants in understanding the daily life of a typical low-income family through engaging in an actual community model simulation. The object is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by low-income people through their involvement in the simulation. The exercise, which takes approximately two hours, Read More
Family Money Math Nights are a great way to get involved and expand math education into the home. What better way to teach math than through money! Everyone has an interest in money – parents and children alike. New research indicates that math ability is a predictor of high school success and college enrollment. We Read More
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