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What’s New?

 What’s new in December 2017?

FLGP-SW-smallWe’re excited to announce that we have been elected by board of directors of the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy as a National Partner.  Financial literacy is an important lifelong skills! If you are in the market for a new, highly relevant and meaningful elective check out our programs  The 21st Century Student’s  Guide to Financial Literacy Getting Personal and The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Going Global.

We have a website dedicated to the fin lit resources and supplemental instructional materials. www.financialliteracylessons.com. You can preview all of the materials there as well as the Teach the Teacher Podcasts. This course is easy to teach — even for the financially inexperienced teacher. It’s comprehensive and candid — two things you won’t experience with programs prepared or sponsored by financial institutions.

We’ve launched a quarterly newsletter The Financial Literacy Teacher. This publication provides new and relevant financial literacy instructional content every few months to help you help your students master these essential skills!

We are attending two upcoming financial literacy events:

Regarding our study skills resources, we now have a website dedicated to the high school resources:  www.c21publishing.com. If a high school in your district is interested in offering a study skills course, they can review all the program resources and purchase the books through this site. As many of you know, the high school resources are substantially similar to the middle school resources, but were given a more age-appropriate title and cover. This is an excellent program for a Frosh or Soph Academy.

I’m excited about the holidays. 2 out of 3 kids will be home. M’Lady returns today from London. She is in her final year at Central Saint Martin. Number 1 Son is wrapping up Y2/Sem1 at Notre Dame Law School. (Go Irish!).  Number 2 Son, who recently graduated from Waseda University  in Tokyo, is working full time there and not able to get away. :(

As always, if you have any questions about our programs, don’t be shy! My contact info is on the site and I’m happy to help.

Susan Mulcaire