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What I use to teach Financial Literacy Classes
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Posted 5/17/2024 9:24 AM (#7501)
Subject: What I use to teach Financial Literacy Classes
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Hello, Mrs. Feese!
I wanted to share the following with other FCPS Money Skills, Personal Finance, and Financial Literacy teachers.

In our district, students have digital access to Everfi (everfi.com/k-12/financial-education/) which I really enjoyed for both in person lessons and as assignments. Other option I would recommend is Next Gen Personal Finance (www.ngpf.org/), which provides lessons and student materials that can be easily modified and translated.

Thank you for sharing.
Scott
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