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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Marvel guide

Learning is fun with Iron Man and the Avengers
Guide your class in a lesson about personal finance with our free teacher's guide and Marvel comic.
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Summit 2014

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For the 2015 Financial Literacy Summit on April 15 in Chicago.
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Educational Standards

The curriculum offered by Practical Money Skills provides educators with financial literacy lesson plans designed to give students life-long money management skills. This comprehensive collection of lessons covers topics on everything from setting goals, budgeting and purchase planning, to protecting credit and identity, to savings, investing and financial planning. Lesson plans are designed to engage students with real-world connections in scenarios students will find relevant to their own lives. Learning activities encourage inquiry and augment understanding through problem solving, research, discussion and collaborative activities. To see how the lesson plans align with federal standards and requirements in your state, select a grade level and state, if applicable, below.

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