Promising Practice: Use curriculum that teaches students how to make informed financial decisions. There is a lot of information available, but some of it may be biased, prescriptive, or just plain incorrect. It’s important to find quality content that provides information that is useful in helping students make decisions on their own.
Promising Practice: Use curriculum based on national financial literacy standards. The most effective curriculum will address all six knowledge areas identified by the national standards for financial literacy. This will ensure that students are ready for all of the big financial decisions they will soon face.