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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New Common Core Resource for Teachers, Correlating New National Standards with Financial Literacy Lessons

Council for Economic Education Introduced Common Core Resource for Teachers, Correlating New National Standards with Financial Literacy Lessons

CEE’s New Resource Helps Educators Teach Financial Literacy and Meet Common Core State Standards

The Council for Economic Education (CEE) introduced a Common Core Alignment Tool, an invaluable resource to help educators meet the . . . → Read More: New Common Core Resource for Teachers, Correlating New National Standards with Financial Literacy Lessons

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U.S. Treasury: “Save Out Loud” Photo and Video Contest

“Save Out Loud” Photo and Video Contest

Do you know a student with a savings story to share? The U.S. Department of the Treasury wants to hear about it!

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To enter a submission to this challenge, visit the contest Facebook page: www.facebook.com/readysavegrow

Help our nation’s youth get on the path toward saving by entering photo and video essays . . . → Read More: U.S. Treasury: “Save Out Loud” Photo and Video Contest

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FBI Releases New Cyber Safety Website for Teachers, Students: Safe Online Surfing

Safe Online Surfing New Cyber Safety Website for Teachers, Students

With school back in session, one topic that’s on many class curriculums around the nation is cyber safety. After all, it’s a hyper-connected world—with texting, social networking, e-mail, online gaming, chat, music downloading, web surfing, and other forms of wired and wireless communication now a regular part . . . → Read More: FBI Releases New Cyber Safety Website for Teachers, Students: Safe Online Surfing

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“FoolProof California” Expands Its Financial Education Program by Partnering with Credit Unions

“FoolProof California” Expands Its Financial Education Program by Partnering with Credit Unions

The consumer advocacy initiative founded and run by seven young people from three countries has expanded its reach in California.  FoolProof added $1.9 billion Mission Federal Credit Union in San Diego and $700 million Pacific Marine Credit Union in Oceanside as statewide sponsors of its consumer education and . . . → Read More: “FoolProof California” Expands Its Financial Education Program by Partnering with Credit Unions

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Attention Educators: Celebrate Financial Literacy Month by bringing BizWiz to your students today – at no cost to you!

Celebrate Financial Literacy Month by bringing BizWiz to your students today – at no cost to you!

 
To be a financially literate participant in today’s world requires laying a foundation of financial knowledge as early as possible. From understanding how to use the language of finance to making decisions involving bigger concepts like risk vs. return, . . . → Read More: Attention Educators: Celebrate Financial Literacy Month by bringing BizWiz to your students today – at no cost to you!

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There’s Still Time to Register – 2012 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators, April 14 in San Francisco

2012 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators

Bringing Personal Finance Education into Classrooms

Register today!

On April 14, 2012, CalCPA Institute will co-host with the CalCPA Institute and California Jump$tart Coaltion the 2012 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators. Now in its second year, we anticipate this event will further exceed expectations! Help spread the word.

We will gather together 6—12 . . . → Read More: There’s Still Time to Register – 2012 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators, April 14 in San Francisco

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Calling all High School Educators! National Financial Capability Challenge

National Financial Capability Challenge – Educators – Sign up now to be part of the Challenge

March 12 – April 13, 2012

What is the National Financial Capability Challenge?

The National Financial Capability Challenge is an awards program designed to increase the financial knowledge and capability of high school aged youth across the United States so they can take . . . → Read More: Calling all High School Educators! National Financial Capability Challenge

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CalCPA Institute and California Jump$tart Coalition Co-Host 2011 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators at the L.A. Convention Center on April 2

The 2011 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators will gather together K-12 educators, nonprofits, businesses, community groups, financial professionals, government agencies and others to empower California’s K-12 educators to fight financial illiteracy by educating a new generation of Californians to manage their finances better than previous generations.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers Include:

Jerome E. Horton, Chairman, California State Board . . . → Read More: CalCPA Institute and California Jump$tart Coalition Co-Host 2011 California Financial Literacy Conference for Educators at the L.A. Convention Center on April 2

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One Teacher’s Challenge – U.S. Treasury Blog

The U.S. Department of Treasury blog posted the following as part of their announcement of the start of the 2011 National Financial Capability Challenge.  

As the 2011 National Financial Capability Challenge Opens, One Teacher’s Challenge

By: Terri Carson
3/7/2011

It’s that time of year again, when spring is in the air, the cherry blossoms are about to bloom, high school seniors everywhere have . . . → Read More: One Teacher’s Challenge – U.S. Treasury Blog

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