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Practical Money Matters Article - Jump$tart Conference Financial Soccer Showcased in Chicago NFL Hall of Famer Lucas and MS Treasurer Expand Financial Football Statewide

Planning a Home Remodel that Actually Pays Off
Be very careful about the renovation or remodeling projects you select to avoid overstretching your budget. Read more for Jason Alderman’s suggested approach. Read more

Nominate an Innovative Educator
We are looking for personal finance educators who are innovative in the classroom. Nominate yourself or a colleague to be honored in next month's newsletter. Read more

Retired NFL Star, MS Treas. Play Financial Football
Former NFL cornerback Ken Lucas joined Mississippi Treasurer Lynn Fitch, Regions Bank and Visa Inc. to play Financial Football with high school students. View video

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Classroom Curriculum for 9–12 Grade Students
Engage your 9-12 grade students in our financial literacy curriculum with 22 comprehensive, standards-aligned lessons on money management.
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December's Innovative Educator
Lahela trains teachers to educate over 500 high school students across the state of Hawaii.
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Roadmap for Educators
Discover the wide array of free resources on Practical Money Skills and how to use them in your classroom.
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