Tag «financial literacy»

Feature a Teacher: Talitha Oliveri

Each month we feature one of our most dedicated and innovative business education teachers in the MBEA. Please contact Jacqueline Prester with your suggestions of an outstanding teacher to be featured here in a future month! Name: Talitha Oliveri ( @t_oliveri | LinkedIn | website | email ) School: Hopedale Jr. Sr. High School in Hopedale, MA Job Title: Business Educator Grade …

Financial Education Works! (part 3)

Financial Literacy is such an important subject for our students to be learning about in school. Thanks to MassSaves, these quotes have been put together to bring awareness to the need for financial education:

Financial Education Works! (part 2)

Financial Literacy is such an important subject for our students to be learning about in school. Thanks to MassSaves, these staggering statistics have been put together to bring awareness to the need for financial education:

Financial Education Works!

Financial Literacy is such an important subject for our students to be learning about in school. Thanks to MassSaves, these staggering statistics have been put together to bring awareness to the need for financial education:

Apply for financial education fair funding!

From our friends at the Office of Economic Empowerment at the Massachusetts State Treasury: For more information or to apply: CLICK HERE

Financial Capability Conference

The 4th annual Financial Capability Conference is being held on 12/9 by the RI Jump$tart Coalition and the RI Council for Economic Education.  Interactive presentations and workshops will be offered throughout the day. Distinguished conference speakers will include RIC President Frank Sanchez, RI General Treasurer Seth Magaziner, RI Congressman Jim Langevin, RI Commissioner of Postsecondary Education …

A Day on the Hill Follow-up

From our friends at MassSaves:

An Annual Conference Worth the Wait

In early October I attended the Council for Economic Education Annual Conference for the umpteenth time and I was not disappointed. Great presentations, networking opportunities and access to quality economics and personal finance education resources. This 56th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference allowed me the opportunity and pleasure to reconnect with my former …

Webinar Series from the Council for Economic Education

The Council for Economic Education is offering a free webinar series for ways to enhance economics and financial literacy lessons. Each webinar provides “relevant lessons, resources and tools that can be implemented the next day.” All webinars are held from 4:00 – 5:00 pm EST unless otherwise noted. List of webinars: http://councilforeconed.org/webinars/

56th Annual Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference

I was awarded a scholarship to attend the 56th Annual Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference from the Massachusetts Council for Economic Education and the Council for Economic Education. I was thrilled to travel to Brooklyn to meet with like-minded educators and business professionals who share a passion for educating our youth about economics and financial …

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