ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – The Anchorage School District is pushing for more students to learn about financial literacy in the classroom before graduating. During the goal-monitoring portion of Tuesday night’s Anchorage School Board meeting, Superintendent Deena Bishop presented a financial literacy update for the district’s existing economics classes. Even thoughRead More →

San Diego, California, March 15, 2022 — (PR.com) — iGrad has partnered with Central Michigan University to provide its personalized, interactive, online, and mobile student financial wellness platform to nearly 15 000 public university undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni. iGrad’s platform at CMU includes comprehensive personalized andRead More →

An ambitious woman who takes care of her family so effectively is no longer a rare breed. The Covid pandemic has forced female workers into the double burden of balancing their careers and managing their households, not forgetting to also take care of children in several cases. These women areRead More →

TORONTO, March 7, 2022 /CNW/ – Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) is launching a new series on financial literacy to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, 2022. The online program, sponsored by Canada Life, will provide free financial education on a variety of topics designed for womenRead More →

February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. We’ll be celebrating with some unique program features within our schools! Alumnus of South Philadelphia High School and first-generation Panamanian-American, Desmond F. Kirton Sr. picked up his first pair of clippers when he was 10 years old. He started Des in theRead More →

A financial advisor seeking to expand access to literacy and wealth-building tools has launched a new subscription-based education service run outside of his practice by him and his family. Futurvest – a training and coaching website created by Alex and Rosa Chalekian, and their sons Ara, Julian and Jeremiah –Read More →

The saying goes, “Give a man a fish and feed him for a day.” Teach him to fish and you will feed him all his life.” Fostering financial literacy is like teaching people to fish and empowering them to make wise financial decisions that can support them through times ofRead More →

Previous story: Vice President of India Shri. Mr. Venkaiah Naidu unveils sports and arts complex at Greenwood High International School Vodafone Idea Foundation’s ‘JaaduGinniKa’ financial education program empowers CSC village-level entrepreneur Gokul Chand Saini to educate over 1.25 lakh youths in Alwar district, Rajasthan Posted on February 27, 2022 GokulRead More →

1.25 lakh young people benefit from Vodafone’s financial education program in Alwar district, Rajasthan Jaipur, 25 Feb. (KNN) Vodafone Idea Foundation’s financial education program ‘JaaduGinniKa’ has enabled CSC village-level entrepreneur Gokul Chand Saini to educate over 1.25 lakh youths in Alwar district, Rajasthan. In the past seven years of hisRead More →

The Wisconsin Department of Employee Trust Funds recently received a 2021 Governor’s Award for Financial Literacy for its financial wellness pilot program, Wisconsin Strong: Your Financial Security™. The program was selected by the Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy and Capability for meeting the following criteria: Innovative implementation of an effectiveRead More →

THE culture of saving is something many Papua New Guineans struggle to master.That’s the message from the man PNG loves to follow in the national rugby league, Melbourne Storm center Justin Olam.Olam, as a brand ambassador for the National Superannuation Fund (Nasfund), sees the need to promote this savings concept.NasfundRead More →

WHAT started as information sessions for villagers in Okakarara in the face of the devastating drought of 2013, culminated in the creation of the Hitambo Virtual Academy, which offers training in financial literacy. According to the rector of the academy, Mbunga Mbeuza, the institution targets farmers, small and medium-sized enterprisesRead More →

For immediate release WHITMAN — Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Principal Christopher Jones are pleased to announce that Whitman-Hanson Regional High School has received a financial literacy grant from the Baker-Polito administration. Earlier this month, the school learned that it had received $14,247 through an FC:104 grant for financial literacy planningRead More →

Town of Racine – Today, Governor Tony Evers announced the winners of the 2021 Governor’s Awards for Financial Literacy, which included the Racine City Financial Empowerment Center (FEC). The 2021 Governor’s Financial Literacy Awards honored winners in one of three categories – individual, organization or legacy – for providing exceptionalRead More →

Currently in its fifth year as an organization, Blu$Gold student leaders have partnered with financial institutions, accounting firms and nonprofits in the Eau Claire area, according to a UW-Eau Claire article written by Judy Berthiaume, Editor-in-Chief of Integrated Marketing and Communications. “Financial literacy is essential to our lives,” Berthiaume said.Read More →

RBI has held Financial Literacy Week (FLW) annually since 2016 to disseminate client information on the availability of financial and digital infrastructure and the merits of its wider use. It also alerted against cyber threats and educated on how to protect digital credentials from fraudsters. This is a theme-driven effortRead More →

Over 200 students from Calgary and surrounding areas had the chance to showcase and sell products they themselves developed through an entrepreneurship program. Sixteen teams comprised of students from Calgary and Airdrie were featured at the Junior Achievement Enterprise Program Trade Show at CrossIron Mills, selling their unique products onRead More →

Image Shutterstock Advertising WARREN/STERLING HEIGHTS — Students in several local school districts will be better able to manage their money in the future after building their financial skills through the Banzai online program. Ten years ago, Extra Credit Union, headquartered in Warren, began a partnership with Banzai by sponsoring theRead More →

NEW YORK, February 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Working in Support of Education (W!se), a leader in financial education, is pleased to announce the launch of a major new digital resource to enhance its award-winning financial literacy certification program. W!se (Work in Support of Education) launches financial literacy app to serveRead More →

The hardest job you’ll ever have, they say, is being a parent. Having to manage all the new expenses that come with having children – and saving for their future needs – are certainly the main reasons why this is the case. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone.Read More →

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Las Vegas, NV – February 3, 2022 – Education Revolution, LLC, the creator of the award-winning learning platform Socrates, today announced the release of a new financial literacy module for elementaryRead More →

The manual will answer student questions about the most pressing financial issues: loans and deposits, insurance, pensions, financial security and payment cards. Several sections address the opportunities and risks that await new investors and businessmen, the financial instruments needed to create and develop a new business, and state support measuresRead More →

A financial literacy workshop for City of Independence employees has been announced through a partnership between the University of Northern Kentucky Center for Economic Education at Haile College of Business and the Kentucky Financial Empowerment Commission (KFEC) . “We are excited to expand our economic and financial education programs inRead More →

(The Center Square) — Plans to require Wisconsin high school students to learn about money and how to manage it in order to graduate from high school are facing opposition from education officials in Wisconsin. ‘State. The Ministry of Public Instruction opposes AB 899that would require all high schools inRead More →

COURTESY OF SEN. MARC PACHECO BOSTON — Massachusetts Senate Dean Marc R. Pacheco, D-Taunton, announced that Wareham Public Schools received a $15,000 grant to implement financial literacy into the curriculum. Resources from the Financial Literacy Planning and Implementation Grant Program for FY2022 will support the implementation of new Personal FinancialRead More →

The Urban League of Root & Kenosha is hosting a month-long Financial Literacy for Financial Freedom discussion series in February, starting Wednesday with Kenosha author Sharmain Harris. Residents can register to attend one of four lectures scheduled from 6-8 p.m. every Wednesday in February at the ULRK office, 1418 68thRead More →

We all want to earn enough money to live the life we ​​want. However, achieving financial freedom can be difficult, especially in the face of mounting debt. According to debt.org, more than 340 million people are in debt. For this reason, among others, many of us fail to achieve completeRead More →

Those interested in preparing for financial success can join the Chickasha Public Library’s free Financial Literacy Mini-Clinic. This four-week virtual clinic will be taught by Leslie A. Sledge, NACCC Certified Financial Counselor and Credit Restoration Specialist. Each session will cover a different financial topic, including Becoming Financially Healthy, Becoming Creditworthy,Read More →

Craig Keary, managing director of consulting technology provider Ignition Asia Pacific, says social responsibility expectations have accelerated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and the industry is “ideally positioned” to meet the demand. . “Not only can it help people invest their money in a socially responsible way and provide affordable digitalRead More →

Keith McConkey identified a gap in financial planning and literacy services PRESS RELEASEAUTHOR KEITH MCCONKEY*************************WELLAND – Welland Author, Mentor, Consultant and Certified Financial Planner Keith McConkey has launched the first in a series of books to inspire financial literacy. Life Simplified: Protect Your Retirement Income helps simplify the financial planningRead More →

GERMANTOWN, Maryland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SkyPoint Federal Credit Union (SkyPoint), a leading member-owned financial institution, and Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS), a high-performing school system of 68 schools in Maryland, announced a partnership to teach literacy finance in 11 FCPS high schools. “We are thrilled to partner with FCPS on this important program,”Read More →

January 14, 2022 Financial Literacy – Part 1 of a 3-part series. By Chip Wagner– Why is financial literacy important to you? Two-thirds of our country is struggling with money problems. Understanding finances takes on particular urgency when living in Westchester County, one of the most expensive places in theRead More →