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NEFE High School Financial Planning Program

NEFE High School Financial Planning Program

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Developing Good Credit Habits Key Concepts Credit, Goods, Income, Interest Rate, Interest, Services, Credit Card Goods and Services: Some are Private, Some are Not The role of government is to provide for the common defense, define and protect property rights, and enforce contractual arrangements. Throughout the 20th and early 21st century, government has increased its role in economic life.

Economics and Personal Finance Education Resources The No-Frills Money Skills video series covers a variety of personal finance topics. The brief videos use clear, simple language, and graphic elements so that viewers can better visualize the personal finance content being presented. In the end, they will see how important these concepts are to their everyday lives. To provide students with online questions following each video, register your class through the Instructor Management Panel or download a pdf of the classroom discussion questions. More about the Q&A Resources for Teachers and Students » Episode 1 - Growing Money - Compound Interest VideoDiscussion questions (pdf) In this episode, economic education specialist Kris Bertelsen explains compound interest, or "Growing Money."

3 Ways to Engage High Schoolers in Personal Finance It’s a lesson that everyone needs to learn: how to manage money. Yet until recently, most states did not require any financial literacy education. But in the wake of a turbulent economy and a student debt crisis, some states have changed the status quo. kansascityfed The Money Circle 2.0: An Overview Teens spend billions each year, but do they really know how money works, how to best manage it and how it keeps our economy going? Advance your high school students’ knowledge of money through this free, revamped, comprehensive, eight-lesson curriculum series that will engage and challenge them to apply both personal finance and economic perspectives when it comes to money. Help develop students’ awareness as consumers, while improving their decision-making and financial planning skills.

Financial literacy education has lasting impact The effects of financial literacy education in high school continue to influence attitudes and behaviors toward money management for students well after graduation, according to newly released study. The study of 65,000 college students was given exclusively to USA TODAY by EverFi and Higher One, organizations that help implement financial literacy programs. First-year college students required to take a financial literacy course in high school are significantly more likely than their peers who didn't take class to be financially responsible, the study found. Just 17 states require a course. Students who took a class did better on the survey's financial knowledge questions, were found to be more averse to debt, more likely to pay credit card bills on time, and less likely to go over their credit limit. The study, which is in its second year, is the first comprehensive analysis of the impact of high school financial literacy education on not only knowledge but attitudes and behaviors.

Resources for Teaching Financial Literacy By Phil Nast, retired middle school teacher and freelance writer Found In: health & p.e., math, social studies, preK-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Use these resources to supplement your curriculum and help students gain the financial literacy skills they’ll need to manage their financial resources effectively throughout their lives. Standards The Future of Money The following is a script from "The Future of Money" which aired on Nov. 22, 2015. Lesley Stahl is the correspondent. Shachar Bar-On and Alexandra Poolos, producers. Tech giants like Google, Facebook, and PayPal are all steadily rolling out new-fangled services to turn our smartphones into digital wallets -- replacing cash and checks. And it's been reported that Apple is working on a new payment option to let iPhone users send money directly to one another -- as easily as a text message.

Next Gen Personal Finance Curriculumbrianshim2016-12-31T11:06:50+00:00 Next Gen Personal Finance offers a free online curriculum of 65+ complete lessons and 100+ standalone activities you can access from anywhere. Here, you can preview all our lessons and activities and easily access them on the Gooru platform. “HELP! I spend hours and hours searching for great resources, and often I can’t find what I’m looking for!” We know how frustrating and exhausting it can be to find great resources.

Resources and Downloads for Financial Literacy Learn About the Benefits of Teaching Financial Literacy What Is Financial Literacy?: Learn what it takes to become financially literate, why this set of knowledge and skills so critical, and what this means for schools. (Edutopia, 2015) The Value of Financial Literacy: Take a look at this infographic for more information about what the research tell us about teaching finance to students. (Edutopia, 2012) Entrepreneurship Education Stresses Learning by Doing: Discover how entrepreneurship education can engage students’ critical thinking skills and deepen their financial literacy.