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Out with the Old; In with the New HSFPP Edition 9

New HSFPP Curriculum Release Delayed

The curriculum update release of the NEFE High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP®) has been delayed.

Even though HSFPP Edition 9 is not yet ready for delivery, the current HSFPP Edition 8 ©2013-2016 remains a high-quality, relevant resource. Read the results from the 2018 program evaluation.

We are just as eager for the release of HSFPP Edition 9, and we will continue to update you on its status with announcements online and in our monthly newsletter


Anticipated Rollout Process

Rest assured, when HSFPP Edition 9 is available there will be plenty of time to become acquainted with the updated curriculum. To ease the transition process, instructors will continue to have full access to HSFPP Edition 8 ©2013-2016, while reviewing and becoming familiar with the new program.

This access will allow you to explore the updated curriculum so that you don’t miss a beat when teaching your course.

Printed Student Booklets

Once available, instructors will be able to choose to order the updated HSFPP Edition 9 student guide booklets and/or the retiring HSFPP Edition 8 ©2013-2016. The outdated printed student guide booklets will be available for order throughout the 2019-2020 school year until NEFE runs out of inventory.

Online Curriculum Materials

When HSFPP Edition 9 is released, the instructional materials download page will feature the new curriculum. The retiring HSFPP Edition 8 ©2013-2016 will be archived online through the 2019-2020 school year.

HSFPP Edition 9

What is the Same?

What is Different?

Instructor materials have the same familiar lesson format with detailed teacher notes and slide decks available online.

Updated language and examples reflect current trends.

New case studies provide opportunities for reinforcing learning across module topics.

Student learning materials have the same familiar components, including six student guide workbooks to download or order and learning plans and worksheets available online.

Updated language and examples reflect current trends.

No login is required for students to access learning materials online.

Instructors can share learning materials with learners via Google Classroom.

Student resources include slides.

Student Guides are organized into chapters that align to specific lessons.

Challenge performance assessments with scoring rubrics prompt learners to apply what was learned.

Updated scenarios are relevant to current trends and learner decisions.

A bank of knowledge questions related to each HSFPP module is now available at NEFE.toolkit.org so instructors can create module or lesson quizzes based on what is taught.

Each lesson addresses a specific learning outcome aligned to national financial literacy standards.

A few lessons have been merged or rearranged. For example, the Goals lesson and the Decisions lesson are logically merged into one lesson, and the Identity Theft lesson and the Financial Fraud lesson are now one lesson within the Risk Management and Insurance module.

In response to demand and trends, new topics are embedded into the program, including interconnected financial planning decisions, higher education funding options and health insurance decisions.