Strong Foundations: The HSFPP Still Resonates Years Later

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6/29/2017
Post by: NEFE
Michele Godfrey studied the High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP) curriculum as a high school student in the late ‘90s. Now a financial counselor herself, Godfrey says the HSFPP sparked her lifelong interest in empowering others to take charge of their money. Continue Reading→

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1 in 5 U.S. Teens Lack Basic Financial Literacy Skills

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6/8/2017
Post by: NEFE
One in five (22 percent) U.S. teenagers lack basic financial literacy skills according to the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) findings released last month.  Continue Reading→

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New Budget Wizard Turns Spending Plan into Interactive Activity

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5/24/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
NEFE’s Smart About Money (SAM) Budget Wizard walks you through the steps to create a spending plan based on your values and situation so you can update as life happens. The Budget Wizard aligns directly with the HSFPP Module 1: Money Management and can be used to complete several learning activities. Continue Reading→

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2017 NEFE Jump$tart Educator Scholarship Application

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5/10/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
NEFE knows that educators often do not have financial support to attend professional conferences, so NEFE again will provide scholarships up to $1,000 each for 10 HSFPP educators to attend the annual Jump$tart National Educator Conference on Nov. 3—5, 2017, in Washington, D.C. Learn more about the scholarship application process. Continue Reading→

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New Lesson: Auto Accidents Happen

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5/8/2017
Post by: Kimberly Roy
Accidents happen to even the most responsible drivers. HSFPP's new lesson teaches teens what to do if they are ever involved in an auto accident, whether they are the driver or a passenger. Continue Reading→

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