Resources

Jump$tart Washington can help you. Whether you need to find a guest speaker, curriculum or want to find out the latest information about financial literacy in Washington you'll find it here.

Why Is Financial Literacy Important To Teachers?

Parents feel unprepared to teach their children about money matters. For many families, discussing day-to-day finances together is simply taboo. As a result, many children graduate from high school ill prepared to deal with the basics of money management. On average, teens spend $125 billion a year and are a formidable force in our economy. As a teacher, you are vital in helping young people to learn how to make wise financial choices.

Why Is Financial Literacy Important To Parents?

As parents, you influence the way your children will grow up to handle money every day. Does your financial picture bring stress into your life? Learn to handle your money well and your children will have the necessary tools to handle their finances when they venture out into the world. Where do you start?

Resources (Books, Magazines, Articles)

Financial literacy: It's not as easy as ATM

Deputy Assistant Secretary Iannicola Speaks to Educators

Jump-starting financial literacy: CPAs can add the spark

Kids and Money

High Schoolers Flunk Personal Finance

Making the Case for Financial Literacy (PDF) 

Find curriculum for all ages at the National Clearing House

Best Practices for Personal Finance Education Materials

Financial Tips for Families

 

Helpful Links

Financial Education Public Private Partnership

Washington DFI Financial Education Clearinghouse

Investor Protection Trust

Practical Money Skills for Life

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy

Dollars and Sense

National Council on Economic Education

Bankrate.com

Young Money

Choose to Save

Mapping Your Future

FDIC Money Smart

Lifetuner

Mint.com

MyMoney.gov

National Endowment for Financial Education

Practical Money Skills

Smart About Money

Spendster

Treasury Department, Office of Financial Education

Financial Literacy and Education Commission

National Council on Economic Education


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