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Financial Literacy and U.S. Teens: Global Study Offers Path for Improvement
A new global financial literacy test shows that U.S. teens are falling behind in essential personal finance training. 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

Financial Football in Jackson, Mississippi
Visa Inc. and Regions Bank joined MS Treas. Fitch and former NFL star Lucas to roll out the game statewide. 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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January's Innovative Educator
Tyler brings multimedia activities to the classroom to engage his students in personal finance.
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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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