FINANCIAL EDUCATION – YOUTH
Better Money Habits® offers free, easy-to-understand financial education that helps people make sense of their money—from budgeting and homeownership to credit and retirement—and take action to improve their financial lives.
These classroom resources are based on popular financial themes and will help you connect financial literacy education to social-emotional learning. Which resources will you use with your students this school year?
A US non-profit coalition of national organizations working to advance the financial literacy of students from pre-kindergarten through college. The coalition aims to provide young people with financial decision-making skills that will serve them for their life-time.
Junior Achievement USA is dedicated to educating students in grades K-12 about entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs.
A nonprofit organization with the mission of providing free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy provides trusted content for personalized student learning as well tools to empower and help teachers meet the needs of their students.
The leading private nonprofit 501(c)(3) national foundation dedicated to inspiring empowered financial decision making for individuals and families through every stage of life.
The “one-stop shop” for financial educators looking for high-quality, engaging curriculum to build the financial capability of their students. NGPF’s games, lessons, activities, teacher professional development training, and advocacy resources – all available for free – have reached over 50,000 teachers and over 2.5 million students nationwide.
Helping to improve the personal financial literacy of New Jersey’s citizens by promoting personal finance to people of all ages. NJCFE believes that all citizens of New Jersey must be armed with the knowledge to make informed financial decisions.