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Whether you are new to teaching personal finance or an expert financial educator, the High School Financial Planning Program's comprehensive curriculum makes it easy to teach to your state's financial education standards.
And did we mention the cost? There isn't one. The National Endowment for Financial Education covers all costs, including printed materials.
Preview the program learning outcomes, format and materials during a live 45-minute webinar. HSFPP webinars are scheduled multiple times each month.
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In a time when young adults are underprepared to manage complex financial decisions, but overconfident in their ability to do so, how and where do youth develop financial literacy? Student financial education experiences vary for a variety of reasons. Youth organizations fill the gaps, especially when the varied experiences and circumstances of club members are taken into consideration.
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