Below you will find curriculum and resources for educators interested in bringing personal finance into the classroom.
Washington educators interested in learning more about personal finance in the K-12 classroom should contact the Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership (FEPPP) at www.feppp.org.
Find curriculum for the K-College classroom.
Local organizations that offer speakers.
Helpful resources and websites for educators.
Jump$tart Conference Scholarship Opportunity
Jump$tart Washington will be sponsoring three teachers to attend the National Jump$tart Educators Conference in Los Angeles November 8-10, 2014.
The Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference is the only national conference for classroom teachers dedicated to personal finance education in the classroom. Each year, the conference provides PreK-12 educators with financial education resources, personal and professional development, access to a nation-wide network of colleagues, and general support for financial education.
Learn How to Apply for Scholarship - Deadline September 12
The Financial Education Public Private Partnership
The Financial Education Public-Private Partnership (FEPPP) was created in 2004 to seek out and determine the best methods of equipping Washington students with the knowledge and skills they need regarding their personal finances.
FEPPP has focused on adopting a definition of financial literacy, examining financial education curriculum for alignment with Washington's learning standards, examining financial literacy learning standards that have been developed in other states and by national organizations, and providing and encouraging professional development and workshops in financial literacy for educators.
For more information about FEPPP visit www.feppp.org.