Resources for Teaching Personal Finance
An online program from Bank of America and Khan Academy that delivers a conversational, fast paced, engaging way of learning about finances. Topics include understanding credit, buying a home, and saving / budgeting.
EVERFI helps teachers prepare students to face real life challenges-now and in the future. Thanks to hundreds of partners who share our mission, EVERFI offers free digital resources and local implementation support to help elementary, middle and high school teachers equip their students with skills for life.
The CARE Program (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) educates high school Juniors and Seniors about what credit is, how to manage it, how credit cards work, how you can get into trouble using them, why it's important to maintain good credit, etc. The program is presented mainly by bankruptcy attorneys.
Easy, enjoyable interactive programs for kids, teens, young adults and adults, help you learn more about the basics of finance and money management. Includes free financial curriculum for educators.
The United States Mint offers free, complete lesson plans for grades K-12. Use coins as a jumping-off point to teach science, social studies, math, and more. Plans are sorted by grade, subject, time-period, and more.
EconEdLink provides a premier source of classroom-tested, Internet-based economic and personal finance lesson materials for K-12 teachers and their students. With over 788 lessons to choose from, teachers can use as many of the lessons as they would like and as often as they would like.
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