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Win an NGPF Scholarship to Jump$tart 2017 in Washington D.C.!

Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is awarding 25 scholarships, worth $425 each, for classroom teachers to attend the National Educator Conference in Washington, D.C.! To apply for your chance at one of these scholarships: Select

Latest From Our Blog

Interactive Chart: Which Careers Are The Biggest Gamble?

April 27th, 2017|0 Comments

Hat tip to Of Dollars and Data blog (great content for math educators!) for posting this chart (see the interactive

NGPF Podcast: Tim Talks To Co-Creator of “Spent” Game, Jenny Nicholson

April 27th, 2017|0 Comments

I first heard about the game Spent from podcast guest, Helaine Olen. She described it as one of the best simulations in how it immersed the player into what it feels like to live “paycheck to paycheck.” After playing the game in our offices, we agreed with her, wrapped an activity around it with discussion questions and added it to our Interactive Library. Teachers are glad we did since we are constantly getting feedback like this about the impact of the game on students:

Schools in the News

April 26th, 2017|0 Comments

How Microlending Builds Financial Literacy Skills and Empowers Students (Education Week) Teachers understand that creating authentic, real-world learning experiences engage

Testimonials

“By connecting personal finance to students’ daily lives, Next Gen Personal Finance hit home the message that making good financial decisions is critical to success in college and in life.”
Chris Bischof, Principal and Founder of Eastside College Prep

Upcoming Webinar

04 May, 2017

Beyond Google Search: Save Time Finding Personal Finance Resources with NGPF

One of the challenges of teaching personal finance is there are countless resources for every subject, but determining whether they are appropriate or quality can take valuable hours. Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is a nonprofit that works full-time to curate the best free resources on the web into a vast online collection of cohesive personal finance lessons and activities for all educators… completely free. In this session, learn how to harness NGPF’s library and spend less time searching for the right materials and more time crafting a lesson customized to your strengths and students’ needs.

Attend this webinar and you WILL:

(1) Learn how to quickly and efficiently find personal finance resources on the NGPF website. I guarantee that you find “stuff” that you can use immediately in your classroom to supplement your existing curriculum.

(2) Navigate the NGPF website through a hands-on “Scavenger Hunt,” which will be emailed to attendees prior to the webinar.  

(3) Be able to ask real-time questions with NGPF’s founder, Tim.

Space is limited so please register for this webinar today.

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What does YOUR typical personal finance class look like?

Here at NGPF we're always looking to learn more about our educators and their personal finance classes. This month we're curious to know more about how you format your day-to-day lessons. Do you start off of with a Bell Ringer? Do you end with a


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Flash Survey Results! Technology in Schools

Long-time fans of NGPF will have noticed that we distributed this survey in July 2015. We were curious to compare the results: how has technology in schools changed in the last 18 months?

 

Upcoming Events

28 Apr, 2017

Fostering Financial Education in Maine Schools Conference

The Fostering Financial Education in Maine Schools Conferences draws educators together to discuss, learn about and consider financial education strategies. Teachers have the opportunity to listen to keynote presentations and attend breakout sessions focusing on areas of interest.  NGPF will be presenting a one-hour workshop, which will provide engaging and interactive resources and lesson ideas for all teachers in attendance. 

25 Jun, 2017

NGPF Summer Institute Session 1

NGPF is hosting our Summer Institute – 2.5 days of professional development at our Palo Alto, CA office. Here’s what you can expect from our Summer Institute:

  • Meaningful, relevant workshops from NGPF staff as well as a special guest presenter
  • An opportunity to network with eleven other passionate, dedicated, innovative personal finance teachers from around the country
  • A school-year commitment of serving as an NGPF Fellow, sharing your expertise with our nationwide community
  • A lot of hard work and a lot of fun!
  • All expenses paid, including transportation, hotel accommodations, all meals, and a few fun events around town
16 Jul, 2017

NGPF Summer Institute Session 2

NGPF is hosting our Summer Institute – 2.5 days of professional development at our Palo Alto, CA office. Here’s what you can expect from our Summer Institute:

  • Meaningful, relevant workshops from NGPF staff as well as a special guest presenter
  • An opportunity to network with eleven other passionate, dedicated, innovative personal finance teachers from around the country
  • A school-year commitment of serving as an NGPF Fellow, sharing your expertise with our nationwide community
  • A lot of hard work and a lot of fun!
  • All expenses paid, including transportation, hotel accommodations, all meals, and a few fun events around town
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