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The United States Mint's website provides free educational resources for educators, parents, and kids. The site includes free educational resources including class activities, lesson plans, and information on how to bring coins into the classroom. For youth, the H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web site is More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Curriculum Lesson Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This special edition of FDIC Consumer News is devoted to tips on money management for teens, including saving, spending, borrowing, protecting yourself from fraud and scams, and the benefits of keeping your money in a financial institution. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This website presents, "Spotlight On," which features updates on programs and outreach efforts by several Money Smart Alliance Partners. It is organized by theme so that educators can learn how Money Smart Alliance Partners are integrating Money Smart into other related programs. Themes include More information...
Audience: Teacher
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This special edition of FDIC Consumer News focuses on Teens. You're beginning to make some grown-up decisions about how to save and spend your money. That's why learning the right ways to manage money...right from the start...is important. Here are suggestions. More information...
Audience: Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This edition of FDIC Consumer News features an article for teens, "It's Amazing: How a Small Savings Account Can Get Big Over Time," explains how saving even small amounts of money can result in a substantial sum over time. More information...
Audience: Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
American parents, teachers, and policymakers generally express strong support for personal financial education for high school students, despite a need for further research to determine if such education is effective in improving long-term decision-making capabilities. However, research in related More information...
Audience: Researcher
Type of Resource: Literature review
Tags: Financial literacy, financial education
Date: 9/1/2011
The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the Take Charge America Institute at the University of Arizona, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis invited a small group of researchers and practitioners to discuss how to improve the evaluation and metrics of youth financial education programs. More information...
Audience: Researcher
Type of Resource: Conference Proceedings
Tags: Financial literacy, financial education
Date: 2/1/2011
The Community Development Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (FRBSF) commissioned this study to explore the feasibility of passing a financial education mandate in California. Specifically, we sought to understand the key barriers related to passing a mandate in California and More information...
Audience: Researcher
Type of Resource: Working paper
Tags: Financial literacy, financial education
Date: 5/1/2010
This article summarizes the key findings and recommendations drawn from the first FDIC Survey of Bank Efforts to Serve the Unbanked and Underbanked. It is intended to inform bankers, policymakers, and researchers of the results of the survey and to outline steps to improve access to the financial More information...
Audience: Individual Researcher Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Article
Date: 7/14/2009
This article provides an overview of Alternative Financial Services (AFS) and a description of the key products and services in this sector. It is intended as a primer for banks and others who are interested in understanding the competitive landscape in the financial services industry and More information...
Audience: Individual Researcher Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Article
Date: 4/27/2009