Financial Literacy for Everyone
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  • "I believe a course in Practical Money Skills should be a required course for all students in Middle/Junior/High School."

    Gladys Fitzhugh-Pemberton, Theodore Roosevelt High School, Washington, DC
Roadmap for Educators

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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Avengers Comic Teaches Kids About Money
Choose Spider-Man or Nova for a fun lesson about personal finance for your child or student.
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College

Lessons: College
A teenager should already have a strong background in financial fundamentals by the time he or she graduates high school. The lessons here build upon that foundation with discussion of the skills required to meet a lifetime of financial challenges.




College

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Student
Activities
Presentations Title
Lesson 1: The Art of Budgeting
Lesson 2: Living on your Own
Lesson 3: Buying a Home
Lesson 4: About Credit
Lesson 5: Credit Cards
Lesson 6: Cars and Loans
Lesson 7: Consumer Awareness
Lesson 8: Saving and Investing
Lesson 9: In Trouble
Lesson 10: About Consumer Privacy
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