Financial Education for the 21st Century Student

Classroom-ready courses in personal finance and money management, business, entrepreneurship, and innovation.
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Financial literacy curriculum 

for grades 7-12.

What your students don’t know about money will hurt them.

Financial literacy is a skill that is essential to living and thriving in the modern world. Financial illiteracy can limit career and economic opportunities, lead to high debt levels and unstable financial futures. To meet the 21st century needs of students, their education must provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to build financially stable lives.

Has your school or district put off teaching this important subject because it’s been unable to find a suitable curriculum? You can stop searching – you’ve found it!

The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Getting Personal has 18 fun and highly relevant lessons in all aspects of personal finance and money management. Included are employment and income, employee benefits, education’s link to income, wealth vs. income, saving, budgeting, credit and credit cards, insurance, and more.

The 21st Century Student’s Guide to Financial Literacy – Going Global has 17 lessons in commerce, business, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Included are securities and stock markets, start ups, venture capital, intellectual property, free trade agreements, institutions of global commerce, and more.

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