- Financial Beginnings
The Financial Foundations program is designed for high school students and young adults. The curriculum is broken down into five subjects including: banking, budgeting, credit, investing and risk management.
- Money Fit - My Life My Choices™ Student Edition
A free, online course for students from middle school through high school providing a safe and fun environment to get a deep understanding of how personal values and priorities can affect their checking account balances.
- Money Smart for Young People
FDIC's new instructor-led Money Smart program for grades 9 - 12.
- Practical Money Skills for Life
Twenty-two lesson plans with teacher's guide and worksheets designed for grades 9 - 12.
*Registration required (free). Thirty-four "how-to" modules on personal finance.
- Scholarship Search Platforms
List of the best reviewed scholarship search platforms and instructions for students on how to use them effectively to find as many opportunities as possible.
Learning about financial matters is a necessary and important component of our children's education. We've provided these resources so teachers can easily bring more financial education lessons into their classrooms.
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