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Money Tools for Teachers

Super Bowl MVP Tackles Financial Illiteracy

Drew Brees' list of accomplishments is long and impressive: New Orleans Saints quarterback. Super Bowl XLIV MVP. Devoted family man. And now, financial literacy champion.

Personal Finance for College Students

As the cost of college continues to outpace inflation, and the average student graduates with evergrowing student loan and credit card debt, college students face an increasingly greater "need to know" when it comes to personal finances.

Financial Literacy for High School Students

High school students face a growing list of real personal finance decisions from purchasing a first vehicle, to saving for college, to signing a credit card agreement. These lesson plans help prepare today's students for the financial challenges they face in their teen years.

Financial Literacy for Children (Grades 3-6)

Children in grades three through six are capable of managing small amounts of money. They can divide their money into several categories, including "spend," "save," and "give."

Financial Literacy for Young Children (Pre-K to 2nd Grade)

The following lessons provide guidance, lesson plans and activities for teachers interested in introducing four to seven year old children (pre-k to second grade) to early personal finance concepts.