HSFPP 2018 Evaluation

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9/13/2018
Post by: HSFPP
Periodically, the HSFPP commissions third-party evaluators to assess how well its curriculum is meeting the needs of teachers and students. The latest evaluation offers insight into the ideal climate to reach American teens with financial education.  Continue Reading→

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5 Quick Steps to Getting Started with HSFPP

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8/8/2018
Post by: Kimberly Roy
The HSFPP is a turnkey curriculum that requires little advance preparation. Instructors can immediately implement the program in five quick steps.  Continue Reading→

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New Customizable HSFPP Evaluation Templates

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8/8/2018
Post by: HSFPP
Effective financial education requires more than an increase in short-term knowledge.  Strong programs show changes in both attitudes and behaviors over an extended period of time. What evidence do you have to provide if your program is successful or not? NEFE’s Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit (https://toolkit.nefe.org) has just been updated, making it easy to quickly create effective financial education assessments and evaluations. Continue Reading→

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Financial Education Informs Adult Behaviors

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7/11/2018
Post by: HSFPP
How do young adults build the skills, knowledge and values that lead to happiness and stability in adulthood?  Teaching teens financial education skills is key, according to a 10-year NEFE-funded study.  Pre-college financial education plays a vital role in building financial management skills to help students enter adulthood poised for success.  Continue Reading→

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4 Financial Resources for Graduating Seniors

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5/10/2018
Post by: Kimberly Roy
Regardless of their understanding of basic financial principles, graduating seniors will face financial decisions they won’t be prepared for as they transition to adulthood. NEFE provides four key resources to help young adults make informed, intentional decisions. Continue Reading→

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