FDIC and CFPB – Teacher Online Resource Center

Teacher Online Resource Center

 

CFPB and FDIC are working together to help young people in America build skills for making financial decisions. We believe financial education has the power to help children and youth achieve their own financial goals throughout their lives. Here you will find materials and resources designed to help you in the classroom. . . . → Read More: FDIC and CFPB – Teacher Online Resource Center

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FDIC Money Smart for Young People – New Resources for Teachers, Parents, and Caregivers to Strengthen Youth Financial Education

FDIC Money Smart

The FDIC’s new instructor-led Money Smart for Young People series consists of four free curriculums available for immediate download.  They are Money Smart for:

Grades Pre-K-2,
Grades 3-5,
Grades 6-8, and
Grades 9-12.

This standards-aligned curriculum series empowers educators with engaging activities to integrate financial education instruction into subjects such as math, English, and social studies. Each of the . . . → Read More: FDIC Money Smart for Young People – New Resources for Teachers, Parents, and Caregivers to Strengthen Youth Financial Education

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Real Estate Educators’ Conference

Randi DeHollander, RDH Education Services and Alana Golden, California Department Business Oversight

Real Estate Educators’ Conference

Friday, April 17, 2015

San Francisco Airport Doubletree Hotel

Agenda/Speakers:

Carol Jensen, Director, CCC Real Estate Education Center

Shelly Wilson, CalBRE Manager of Education, Research & Examination Programs

Carol Jong, Chancellor’s Office, and Career & Technical Education

Sean Bellach, Government Affairs Field Representative, California Association of REALTORS®  . . . → Read More: Real Estate Educators’ Conference

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Sacramento Financial Literacy Resource Fair – Thursday, April 23 at the State Capitol

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Sacramento Financial Literacy Resource Fair – Thursday, April 23 at the State Capitol

What:              2015 Financial Literacy Month Resource Fair

When:             Thursday, April 23, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Where:            State Capitol South Lawn (facing N Street) in Sacramento

Hosts:             State Controller Betty Yee, State Assemblymember Matt Dababneh, CA Dept. of Business Oversight

Event Flyer . . . → Read More: Sacramento Financial Literacy Resource Fair – Thursday, April 23 at the State Capitol

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Hacked Email? Hijacked Computer?

Hacked Email? Hijacked computer?

Do you know what to do when your personal email gets hacked? How about when malware hijacks your home computer? The FTC has two new videos to help: Hacked Email: What to Do and Hijacked Computer: What to Do. Use them yourself, or pass them on to friends and family. For more information . . . → Read More: Hacked Email? Hijacked Computer?

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Federal Reserve Board announces Community Advisory Council

Federal Reserve Board announces Community Advisory Council

The Federal Reserve Board recently created a new advisory council – the Community Advisory Council (CAC). The Board is now accepting Statements of Interest from individuals who wish to serve on the CAC. The Board plans to fill the 15 seats on the CAC with a diverse group of . . . → Read More: Federal Reserve Board announces Community Advisory Council

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Financial Literacy Resources

AARP—SBA Webinars AARP and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) host new webinars and republish previous webinars to educate people who want to start businesses or expand existing ones.

Assets and Opportunity Scorecard The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) released the 2015 Assets and Opportunity Scorecard, which looks at 135 different measures to paint a picture of . . . → Read More: Financial Literacy Resources

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Comptroller of the Currency Discusses Efforts to Protect Seniors from Financial Abuse

Comptroller of the Currency Discusses Efforts to Protect Seniors from Financial Abuse

Comptroller of the Currency Thomas Curry today discussed efforts to protect seniors from financial exploitation. His remarks came during a conference hosted by the National Community Reinvestment Coalition.

Related Links

Remarks (PDF)
Comptroller of the Currency . . . → Read More: Comptroller of the Currency Discusses Efforts to Protect Seniors from Financial Abuse

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Prepared Remarks of CFPB Director Richard Cordray at the President’s Advisory Council

Prepared Remarks of CFPB Director Richard Cordray at the President’s Advisory Council

By Richard Cordray

Good morning. I would like to thank each of you for the work you are doing to help young people establish a healthy financial foundation.

Earning a college degree has become increasingly important to personal and professional success in life. Yet we know it . . . → Read More: Prepared Remarks of CFPB Director Richard Cordray at the President’s Advisory Council

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