Resources that can supplement a teacher’s financial education curriculum.
Practical Money Skills – Information to help educators, parents, and students practice better money management for life.
The Stock Market Game – Allows teachers to teach students about investing and the stock market in a game format where students invest a hypothetical $100,000 in a real-time portfolio.
Supporting the Experts – NEFE (National Endowment for Financial Education) has developed resources to help facilitate financial education workshops or classes in the classroom and evaluate success.
Money Smart – FDIC’s (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) new Money Smart for Young People series features four free age-appropriate curriculums that are designed to promote financial understanding in young people.
Federal Reserve Education – Resources from the Federal Reserve to equip educators, educate students and empower consumers.
Minnesota Council on Economic Education (MCEE) – MCEE offers a variety of professional opportunities for K-12 educators, including summer workshops and courses, a yearly conference, and year-round workshops.