Professional Learning

At EVERFI, we take an evidence-based approach to tackle those important issues presenting challenges to your classroom. These range from financial literacy to social-emotional learning. Learn more from our team of experts to help you create a more engaging classroom.

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Congratulations to our Spring 2022 scholarship contest winners. Hear their stories.

We’re thrilled to have received so many student entries for the Spring…

10 Teacher Mental Health Tips You Can Put Into Practice Today

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers, school counselors, and school employees have remained…

Celebrating World Book Day

Free Printed Books Make World Book Day a True Global Event One…

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Financial Literacy Month 2022: Financial Literacy Activities to Start With

April is Financial Literacy Month and the perfect way to celebrate, especially…

Teaching Taxes in High School: W-2 Forms

What do you know about W-2 forms? If your answer is “not…


Do You Need Earth Day Lessons for Your Middle School Students?

Earth Day Lessons for Middle School Students The first time I ever…

Teacher self-empowerment: 4 strategies to protect your teacher energy and purpose

Relax your shoulders. Unclench your jaw. Soften your forehead. Breathe.  Breathe. Don’t…

Impact of FutureSmart Online Financial Education Course on Financial Knowledge of Middle School Students

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edWeb: The Black Girl’s Guide to Financial Freedom: A Conversation with the Author

54 min.

Listen to our conversation with Paris Woods, Ed.M., education leader, non-profit founder, and author of The Black Girl’s Guide to Financial Freedom.

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edWeb: Best Practices for a Culturally Responsive Learning Community

1 hr.

We find ourselves in a moment where the dialogue about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is happening across the nation.

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Easy EdTech Podcast: 5 Reasons Financial Literacy is a Skill for All Students

28 min.

In this episode, Alyssa Lyons and Jay Matthews join to discuss five reasons why financial literacy is an important skill for all students.