What Teachers and Students Are Saying…

 Today I did your lesson where the students debate on whether or not a college student should have a credit card.  Not only did the students do a great job, they EXCEEDED my expectations.  I had a moderator and then the other students were the audience.  I felt REALLY proud when students from the audience started asking awesome questions which showed me they were engaged and really thinking about the topic.

Laurie G., Personal Finance Teacher, Michigan

Love, love, love, the assessments. Please thank your team for all the great resources and especially the assessments!

Sherry A., Personal Finance Teacher, Virginia

Lots of kids here are getting to take this class – and thanks to resources such as yours – they are working with current relevant authentic material.  I love and the students love it too.

Patricia M., Personal Finance Teacher, Connecticut

LOVE the site. Keep up the great work!  I can’t describe how much our classes are enjoying the content.

Paul S., Personal Finance Teacher, Missouri

“… teachers will appreciate the “turn-key” nature of the lessons, which require minimum effort to prepare and deliver.”

Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, Distinguished Professor, Financial Resource Management
Rutgers University

Thank you for all of your help! I am a high school special education teacher and am finding our resources to be highly applicable for my math students! 

Erika M., Special Education Teacher, Texas


Right now I am watching my first period personal finance students as they work on the Budgeting with Roommates activity. I wish you could see them. They are all thoroughly engaged in discussions about rent, food and parking. What a great activity! I always enjoy this activity as it gets the students thinking about real world issues that they have never really considered. 

Jodie H., Business Teacher, New Hampshire

“The mother of one of my students called me to get (Tim’s) contact information. On their daily commute home in the evening, her son was reteaching concepts from our personal finance class. Clearly her son saw the practical value of the lessons and wanted his mother to better handle the family finances.”

Anna Takahashi, Director of College Counseling
Eastside College Preparatory School