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Providing free, unbiased financial literacy programs to empower K-12 students with critical life skills for a financially fit future.

Financial Literacy Symposium
November 17, 2021 | 3-6 p.m.

A virtual gathering with leaders and educators who share our mission of empowering K-12 students with critical life skills for a financially fit future.

Sessions include:

Highlights from special initiatives and projects, including Credit for Life fairs and the FinanciallyFit Certificate.

Introduction to the FitMoney K-12 Curriculum, pacing guide, and standards-aligned planning support.

Virtual Team Meeting

Keynotes
Jen Price

Head of School at BB&N


Ed Steinborn

CFO of Wellington Management

Supported by

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OUR PROGRAMS

Financial literacy programs that start before financial habits are formed.

EDUCATORS

Preview samples of our financial literacy curriculum and learn about implementing our programs at your school.

"Of all the math skills we teach students, financial literacy is the most used over their lifetime." -Nikki Amisson, 4th grade teacher, North Andover

Financial literacy impacts everyone, with a disproportionate effect on communities of color and lower-income households. 

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Begin Early

Behavioral science shows that children form financial habits by age 7.

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 In School & At Home

Financial literacy programs need to be accessible in schools and at home in order to reach everyone.

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Free & Accessible

Financial literacy programs need to be available to everyone free of charge.