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March 2017
 Given recent news and upcoming changes in America, the topics of social justice and equality have been on many people’s minds. The ability to understand personal finance and money management is closely linked with financial prosperity. Financial illiteracy correlates with poverty and the inability to build wealth and financial security. These things deny people a good education, healthcare, decent housing, and even impact life expectancy. There are all sorts of electives available, but teaching financial literacy is a first and very important step on the road to empowering students to achieve social justice and equality.
The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Getting Personal has 18 easy to teach, fully loaded lesson plans in all aspects of personal finance and money management. Employment and income, taxes and withholding, banking, saving, budgeting, credit cards, employee benefits, insurance, homeownership, investing, capital gains, retirement, protecting wealth and more.

Preview the student workbook here: Unit 1    Unit 2   Unit 3

As always a note on the ebooks:  If you are an ebook purchaser, due to copyright restrictions ebooks are not downloadable to printers. Ebooks must be bought and downloaded one-by-one on the device they will be used on.

To buy online, you do not need a Pay Pal account. Pay Pal is the secured card processor.

Purchase orders are accepted. Email to middleschoolguide@gmail.com or fax 949-209-1871. You may also download an order form and email or fax it to (949) 209-1871 with card info. We keep all payment information secure. If you need a quote, please complete the Request a Quote and we’ll get one to you within 24 hours.


Susan Mulcaire
Tween Publishing & c21 Student Resources

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