MoneyTeach is a resource center where K-12 educators can search and select from a variety of personal finance lesson plans, course guides and other financial education materials. Educators new to teaching personal finance can jump start their lesson planning by learning from experienced peers who share their insights and best practices in regards to specific lessons and activities.
Search the collection of resources by topic, grade level, duration of instruction and type to select personal finance lessons or activities offered by leading providers.
Use the course guide resources prepared by MoneyTeach.org to download suggested instructional materials for a variety of course or unit options. Pick one of the many preset guides to plan instruction for a specific timeframe whether one week, two weeks, a quarter or a semester. Course guides can be filtered by grade level and personal finance topics.
Find out what experienced educators use while sorting through the collection of financial education resources. Educators have the option to "share their experiences" after teaching a lesson or facilitating an activity. MoneyTeach currently has six providers of personal finance curricula, The National Endowment for Financial Education’s® (NEFE®) High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP®), The University of Arizona’s Take Charge Today, PwC's Earn Your Future, The FDIC's Money Smart, the Mu$eum of American Finance, and Next Gen Personal Finance. If you are a personal finance curriculum provider interested in being included on the MoneyTeach teacher resource website, please contact MoneyTeach for consideration.