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Next Gen Personal Finance

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Next Gen Personal Finance

Next Gen Personal Finance is a nonprofit that provides teachers with free curriculum and professional development for financial education. Educators will find everything they need to teach full courses or individual lessons on personal financial literacy, including syllabi, lesson plans, activity packets, and assessments. In the Curriculum dropdown menu in the page header, teachers can click “Units” to browse a subject library featuring topics such as Budgeting, Investing, Taxes, Insurance, Managing Credit, and Paying for College. Also in the Curriculum menu, teachers can check out the ready-to-go “9-Week Course,” “Semester Course,” “Full Year Course,” or “Middle School Course,” and math teachers can head to the “Math Collection” for activities to integrate finance problems into math lessons. Educators looking for professional development opportunities should navigate to the Teacher PD dropdown menu in the page header. Clicking “NGPF Academy,” teachers will find live classes (Virtual PD), self-paced modules (NGPF On-Demand), and even a multi-week course to earn certification (Certification Courses). Teachers may also get gift cards and other swag by completing professional development courses. In the page header, users can also check out the “Arcade” for educational games for students and the “Advocacy” menu for resources to learn about and advocate for financial education, including the film The Most Important Class You Never Had, and a “School Search” of financial education offerings in different U.S. states. A free teacher account is required to access some parts of the site. This will be added to Financial Sources Subject Tracer™.  Copyright © 2021 Internet Scout Research Group –

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