Financial education training series just for librarians. Webinars explain the CFPB Libraries Initiative, cover basic financial education topics, and help you learn to discuss financial education topics with patrons.
The lesson plans and assessments included in Money Math for Teens explore the mathematics behind personal finance concepts such as compound interest, opportunity costs and more—all in a way that’s practical and relevant to teens. The lessons have varying degrees of complexity and are suitable for students in middle and high school.
This is a national financial literacy partnership of Consumer Action and Capital One, and provides free multilingual educational materials, headline news on personal finance topics and recommended publications created by other organizations and government agencies. The materials focus on financial services, sound financial planning and debt management, saving for emergencies and retirement and how to avoid frauds and scams.
Provides information about and links to a collection of federal guides and curricula for teaching financial capability concepts. Their collection is designed specifically for teachers and educators, including those who work with children as well as practitioners who teach adults.