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Posted by Tim Ranzetta
Asked on March 9, 2016 7:21 am
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Here are a few resources that were passed on to me from Brian Page (he is in charge of Outreach and Education for Budget Challenge and an excellent resource).

http://www.surveyofthestates.com/#state-of-financial-and-economic-programs-across-the-nation
https://www.youtube.com/embed/9AuAa_Mvu7U?autoplay=1
http://councilforeconed.org/policy-and-advocacy/toolkit/

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Posted by Amanda Volz
Answered on March 9, 2016 7:34 am
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We, Nicolet High School in Glendale, WI, have that problem as well. We require a Economics course, but not a Personal Finance. Our student’s schedules are so tight with requirements that we normally only get one section of PF. However, we haven’t given up…we just recently agreed to co-teach a math course titled Algebra II w/Financial Applications. Our school board approved this year long course as an alternative to the traditional Algebra II course. We got one section for the upcoming year which I was disappointed by but at least we got one. Another thing we did is create an auto graded quick quiz that we shared with the student body and community that consists of the 24 most important financial concepts (in our opinion) that students needs to know before leaving high school. http://www.AmISavvy.com

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Posted by mrk
Answered on April 19, 2016 5:40 am
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