Monthly archives: September, 2017

Advocate for Financial Literacy Education – A Day on the Hill

If you are able to attend, please make every effort to be a part of A Day on the Hill. The information below is from our friends at MassSaves: Register Here

Report – Who has access to financial education in America today?

NextGen Personal Finance just released a comprehensive study entitled “Who has access to financial education in America today?” Please take the time to read this study to become familiar with this important topic that affects our students and the courses we teach. Direct Link

Webinar – Bring Data Into Your Classroom

From our friends at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: >>> REGISTER NOW <<<

Reminder – Jump$tart scholarship applications are due on Friday!

If you are interested in applying for one of the benefactor scholarships to attend the Jump$tart National Educator Conference in Washington, DC. on November 3-5, send in your application by FRIDAY (9/29). For more information, CLICK HERE.  

Accounting Pilot & Bridge Project

In August I had the opportunity to attend the Accounting Pilot & Bridge Project (APBP) training sponsored by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPAs). At one time the National Business Education Association members were hoping that this project would lead to approval by the College Board as an Advanced Placement Accounting class. The APBP, a …

JA Academy Program – Accepting Applications!

From our friends at Junior Achievement of Northern New England: Junior Achievement of Northern New England is happy to announce that we are accepting applications for the JA Academy program for the 2017-2018 school year! During this 13 week program, you will have the opportunity to create, operate and liquidate you very own company with …

NCWIT AiC Applications Now Open!!

From our friends at the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and Aspirations in Computing (AiC): Calling all hackers, coders, and technical high school women! Applications for the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing are open through November 6, 2017. NCWIT recognizes aspirations as well as …

NBEA Policy Statement 88 – Personal Financial Literacy

With all of the proposed bills featuring financial literacy in Massachusetts right now, it would be a great time to review the NBEA’s Policy Statement 88 on Personal Financial Literacy:

MassSaves Day on the Hill

From our friends at MassSaves:

“Welcome back!” newsletter

This message went out to all members on our email list earlier today: Welcome back! We hope you’ve had a great summer and have settled nicely into the 2017-2018 school year. We’ve been busy at the MBEA and wanted to share a few things with you! Save the date for our 2018 conference: April 6, 2018 in Natick, …

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