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High School Financial Planning

Description: Uses contemporary materials to teach the basics of personal finance to young people while they are developing habits and attitudes about money that will influence them for the rest of their lives. This practical and objective program is available at no cost to all high schools throughout the country.

Curriculum/program overview: The innovative High School Financial Planning program uses contemporary materials to teach the basics of personal finance to young people while they are developing habits and attitudes about money that will influence them for the rest of their lives. The program's philosophy is that learning about money is as important as earning it and that effective money management results from disciplined behavior, which is most easily mastered if learned early in life. This practical and objective program is available at no cost to all high schools throughout the country. The program is most often taught as a one day workshop for teachers, to help them teach personal finance in their classrooms.

Contact person: Andrew Zumwalt

Evaluation tool: extension.missouri.edu/hes/evaluation/evaluationforms.htm

Fee information: No consistent delivery method, therefore, no state recommended fee

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