There are a number of programs and organizations to assist educators in integrating financial education into the K-12 classroom.
For more information about financial education in the Washington K-12 classroom contact the Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership.
Jump$tart Washington offers teacher trainings, educational events, and support for teachers looking to offer financial education in the classroom.
Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership (FEPPP)
The Washington Financial Education Public Private Partnership offers teacher training and guidance for incorporating financial education into the K-12 classroom.
Junior Achievement of Washington
Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization providing a series of business, economics and life-skills programs to enhance the education of young people.
Council for Economic Education
The Council for Economic Education (CEE) is the leading organization in the United States that focuses on the economic and financial education of students from kindergarten through high school. They offer curriculum and other materials to educators.
Local Washington banks and the Washington Bankers Association offer financial education resources and guest speakers for the classroom. Contact the association today for more information.
Washington Credit Unions
The Northwest Credit Union Association is the state trade association serving Washington credit unions. The association supports a number of financial education programs across Washington. Local credit unions across the state also offer financial education programs for the classroom.