Category «Curriculum»

EITC Awareness Day (January 25th)

From our friends at the IRS:     Did you know that nationwide during 2018, 25 million eligible workers and families received about $63 billion in EITC? The average amount of EITC received nationwide was about $2,488! Join us in making the 13th annual Awareness Day as successful as last year’s. We partnered with more …

A new way to teach financial literacy … starting in kindergarten!

FitMoney is a Massachusetts-based financial literacy profit that aims to improve youth financial knowledge and habits in school. Our free, K-12 financial literacy curriculum starts early when financial habits are being formed. Last year, more than 60 teachers used our curriculum to teach 1,500 fourth and fifth graders in Charlestown, East Bridgewater, North Andover and …

Marketing & Enrollments Guide

Marketing & Enrollments Guide Undergraduate programs are cutting business education teacher preparation programs. Departments don’t have a supervisor with a business education background. At the same time, business is the most popular major in the country. The eastern region has some of the best institutes of higher education, along with global financial powerhouses and industry …

Updated Digital Literacy Curriculum from CommonSense Education

CommonSense Education recently announced that their FREE K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum would be updated for the 2018-2019 school year with: Revised and expanded topics Revised Scope & Sequence Lesson slides New and improved lesson plans New student activities, videos, classroom posters, and more Flexible documents and Add to Google Drive option For more information, please …

Financial Literacy Curriculum Pilot Opportunity With UChicago!

From our friends at UChicago: The University of Chicago is looking for high school teachers to pilot a comprehensive new financial education curriculum. The curriculum is uniquely designed to develop behaviors that lead to financial well-being. Sign-up to learn more https://goo.gl/NxAwj4 or email financialeducation@uchicago.edu

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