This is part two of our Financial Literacy Month K-12 feature series. Celebrate with EVERFI this Financial Literacy Month!
As educators, we know our students latch onto information most easily when they are already bought into the concept. There’s a reason so many of our physics colleagues take their students on an annual pilgrimage to the nearest theme park. The same can be said for building financial literacy. Studies show that financial education programs are most effective when they cover topics that are pertinent to an upcoming financial decision, like heading to college, buying a car, or filling out their taxes for the first time.
As you’re getting started with second-semester curriculum and your students anxiously await graduation, take a look at a few ways teachers across the country are implementing EVERFI’s personal finance and business finance digital lessons: