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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Financial Literacy: Resource Roundup

Edutopia has compiled resources for educators seeking to help students learn financial concepts, practice money management, and build strong financial decision-making and economic-reasoning skills.
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Why Teach Financial Literacy?

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Financial Literacy in Grades K-8

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Financial Literacy in Grades 9-12

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Other Resources From Edutopia

  • Five-Minute Film Festival: Death and Taxes, by Amy Erin Borovoy (2012)

    VideoAmy has compiled this collection of fun short videos -- a few to learn about income tax, but mostly to indulge in some tax time humor.

  • A Step-by-Step Guide to College Financial Aid, by Tanya Knight (2012)

    Education coach Knight walks us through the process of applying for college financial aid.

  • College Readiness Checklist for Parents, by Jeff Livingston (2012)

    Livingston of McGraw-Hill Education provides an up-to-date checklist for graduating high school seniors who want to be truly ready for college next fall, including how to prepare to manage college finances.

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Susan Mulcaire's picture
Susan Mulcaire
Author, The Middle School Student's Guide to Ruling the World!

In Feb 2015 we are releasing a new curriculum for 8-12: The 21st Century Student's Guide to Commerce & Innovation with 17 classroom-ready lesson plans and loads of practice activities. This is not a course about checking accounts and mortgages. It's about the history of commerce, evolution of money and wealth, innovation, entrepreneurism, forms of capital, virtual currency, trade, and the institutions of global commerce, including securities markets, central banks, IMF, WTO, etc. This is an awesome course suitable for grades 8-12 and teaches the kinds of things your students truly need to know for college, career, and life-readiness. If your school would like more information about this program, please contact us through www.middleschoolguide.com

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