Everyone can play a role in promoting financial education in high schools. Learn how you can share best practices, success stories, funding opportunities, and resources to overcome barriers to advancing financial education in your home, school, and community.
There are a number of challenges to promoting and teaching personal finance, from fitting instruction into an already busy school day to finding financial support to effectively engaging students. Check out these stories to learn what others have done to overcome some of these challenges and make a real impact.Success Stories
Fast Lane will post bimonthly webinars on topics around financial education in schools and at home. Learn all about how to best advocate for financial education, what works in teaching financial education, what the latest research on effective financial education finds, and how to conduct an evaluation that will help you improve your program.Join our webinars
Funding is a common obstacle to launching financial education programs in schools. Luckily, there are funding opportunities available to support financial education programs as well as the teaching of and advocacy for such programs. Check out this list of possible opportunities to kick start or expand your financial education program.Funding Opportunities Database
There are a number of ways to connect with other parents, teachers, and members of your community. Here are some groups that you can join to find like-minded financial education enthusiasts and share your experiences!Networking Database