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The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Getting Personal

What your students don’t know about money will hurt them.  Maybe not now, maybe not next year — but a lifetime of financial illiteracy can lead to high debt levels, unstable financial futures, and limited social and economic opportunities.

Has your school or district put off providing students with financial education because it’s been unable to find just the right curriculum? You’ve found it! The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Getting Personal has 18 fun and highly relevant lessons in all aspects of personal finance and money management. 

Included are employment and income, employee benefits, education and income, income vs. wealth, the importance of building wealth, banking, saving, budgeting, 401K retirement plans, IRAs, credit, credit cards, taxes,withholding, auto insurance, healthcare insurance, homeownership, the risks of co-signing, crime and addiction, and much more.

Each chapter includes an activity introducing students to a political or economic issue highly relevant to their financial future such as identity theft, artificial intelligence, crypto-currencythe Social Security controversy, gender pay gap, Wall Street reform, free college controversy, and more.Students master over 350 key personal finance terms and concepts. Possibly the most valuable course your students will ever take. Grades 7-12.

Easy to teach, fully loaded, and classroom-ready! Free classroom slides. Free e-flashcards. Free Teach-the-Teacher podcasts. Available in print, digitally and as an online course through The College and Career Readiness Academy. The online course is ideal for independent learning or to flip your personal finance classroom!

National Partner of the Jump$tart Coalition for

 Personal Financial Literacy

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