Where you live should not determine whether or not you have access to financial education.
Use these resources to advocate for high-quality financial education in your community.
The advocacy toolkit provides parents and community members with step-by-step guidance on reaching out to your education officials about the need for unbiased, high-quality financial education curricula and offers materials and templates for outreach on its importance.
The Teacher Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance on reaching out to your education officials about the need for a quality financial education curriculum and offers materials and templates for outreach on its importance.
The Questions to Pose handout provides a list of questions parents and community members can use to examine materials as well as ask district and school officials about materials being used in schools. These are intended to highlight the features of unbiased, high-quality financial education programs.Download the questions to pose handout
The Financial Education Curriculum Checklist helps educators evaluate the merits of the myriad of financial education programs available.Download the curriculum checklist
Our work is currently focused on the adoption and uptake of financial education as a class during the school day so that all students can benefit from high-quality materials and teacher-led instruction. We do not have capacity to place classroom volunteers. If you are passionate about personal finance and want to volunteer, contact your local school district or non-profit organization to see how you can support their efforts.