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Explore Other Ways to Connect

There are a number of ways to connect with other parents, teachers, and members of your community, including joining Facebook groups, forums, and signing up for newsletters. Here are some groups that you can join to find like-minded financial education enthusiasts and share your experiences!

The Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC)

GFLEC is a research center at the George Washington University School of Business. Join the group to get up to date information on the latest research on financial literacy in the U.S. and around the world.

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Council for Economic Education (CEE)

CEE is a nonprofit organization that focuses on supporting financial and economic education for K-12 students. You can join their group to get updates on new research, webinars, and events.

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High School Financial Planning Program

Check out what new webinars and presentations the National Endowment for Financial Education high school financial literacy program offers.

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High School Financial Planning Program

Sign up to get updates about the National Endowment for Financial Education high school financial literacy program.

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Jump$tart

Jump$tart is a nonprofit organization focused on youth financial education. Join their group to learn about other organizations and initiatives around the country.

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Jump$tart

Jump$tart is a nonprofit organization focused on youth financial education. Join their group to learn about other organizations and initiatives around the country.

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Jump$tart Teachers

Jump$tart created a Facebook group just for teachers to share ideas and advice.

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National Association of Economic Educators (NAEE)

The NAEE works to advance economic and financial literacy through supporting teachers. You can become a member and gain access to different resources, including their listserv. There are levels of membership that have a cost.

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Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF)

NGPF is an organization dedicated to helping educators teach personal finance. You can join this group to get updates on new curricula and teacher training programs.  

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Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)’s Financial Literacy Update is a bimonthly e-newsletter that reports financial literacy events, new initiatives, and related resources of the OCC and other government agencies.

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Take Charge Today

Take Charge Today is a program offered through the University of Arizona. The program offers lesson plans, curricula, and professional development for teachers. You can also join their forum to discuss topics that include teaching strategies and instructional topics. You have to register to gain access, but it is free!

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Teacher2Teacher

Teacher2Teacher is a free platform that is teacher-centered and aimed at building bridges across the teaching profession. The platform provides ways for teachers to connect and share through social media.

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Teacher2Teacher

The Facebook group of Teacher2Teacher, a free platform that is teacher-centered and aimed at building bridges across the teaching profession.

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