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Welcome back to school! While you may not be on campus, it’s still a busy time getting acclimated to the new school year – distance learning style. Although California doesn’t mandate personal finance education, we all agree our kids need these important skills for life. California Jump$tart’s goal is to see more teachers integrate personal finance lessons into their lesson plans this year.

If this is new to you, getting familiar with the National Standards in K-12 Personal Finance Education is a good place to start. 

Next, be sure to check out our premier online library of Teaching Resources for engaging financial literacy games, activities and lessons for kids of all ages.

Get inspired with some professional development… Such as participating in the Council on Economic Education’s (CEE) 59th Annual Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference. Happening virtually this year September 30 - October 2, 12:00 - 4:00 PM (PT) each day, it’s the perfect opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues and discover innovative ways to engage your students. Only $99 to register!

With these resources, and other helpful information below, you’re all set to instill financial literacy in your students this school year. 

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