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The Actuarial Foundation


For High School Students. Building Your Future is designed to help teens master the elements of personal finance and prepare for life on their own.


Dartmouth College


A series of ten quantitative modules allows you and your students or workshop participants to explore the financial aspects of earning, spending, saving and investing.


University of Arizona


A program and curriculum (75 lesson plans) with a decision-based approach to personal finance. The Take Charge Today program is founded on the idea that a university-based financial education outreach program can strengthen and extend the ability of schools and community organizations to improve the personal financial capabilities of young adults.


University of Indiana


Indiana University’s Office of Financial Literacy has been established to assist students in making informed financial decisions before, during, and after college.


Utah State University 14 courses with assignments to help set goals, implement plans, and apply your new knowledge for the rest of your life
AFSA (American Financial Services Association Education Foundation) MoneySKILL® is a free, interactive online curriculum consisting of 36 modules and pre- and post- tests. It teaches personal finance concepts in the areas of income, expenses, assets, liabilities, and risk management.
Purdue University (Extension) 10 modules. The objective of this course is to help you with your planning for retirement.
Purdue University (Extension) 4 lessons. Where Does Your Money Go is a program designed to help you better understand how you spend your money.
Alison 7 modules. This comprehensive financial education programme provides individuals with the financial knowledge necessary to create household budgets, initiate savings plans, manage debt, and make strategic investment decisions for their retirement or their children’s education.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Katrina’s Classroom: Teaching Money Skills for Life is a four-part curriculum unit designed for personal finance-related high school classrooms.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta The Atlanta Fed and other Federal Reserve Banks have award-winning, free lessons to help middle and high school educators teach about personal finance, money and banking, macro- and microeconomics, and international economics.


Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta The Atlanta Fed’s workshops, onsite tours, classroom curricula, and other tools provide both teachers and students applicable classroom knowledge about the Federal Reserve System and related concepts of economics and personal finance.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis The No-Frills Money Skills video series (4 videos) covers a variety of personal finance topics. The brief videos use clear, simple language, and graphic elements so that viewers can better visualize the personal finance content being presented.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Whether your students are 4, 10, 16, or 22, you can use award-winning and free videos, lessons, and online courses to teach about economics, personal finance, and money. We have great resources for consumers and parents, too.
JWI (Jewish Women’s International) Our series of Life$avings® workshops empower teen girls, college students and young professionals to start managing their money early in their careers, and women in their 40s, 50s and beyond to take charge of their finances for long-term security.


Save and Invest.org Money Math for students
NAEE (National Association of Economic Educators) Advancing Economic and Financial Literacy by serving Educators
Practical Money Skills – Practical Money Matters To help consumers and students of all ages learn the essentials of personal finance, Visa has partnered with leading consumer advocates, educators, and financial institutions to develop the Practical Money Skills program.
Khan Academy (in partnership with Practical Money Skills) A series of snappy videos covering career & retirement, financial basics, credit & debt, family & life, saving & investment, and taxes.


HSFPP (High School Financial Planning Program) The High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP) is a free, comprehensive, basic personal finance curriculum specifically designed to be relevant to the lives of teens, ages 13-19.
Love your Money.org Financial literacy course for students and teachers.
Morningstar In this course, we’ll cover how to determine how much you’ll need to invest for college and what the right mix of investments should be, different investment vehicles you can use for college funding, and how to alter your portfolio as the big day draws near.