Teachers: Take Yourself to Financial Summer School

Teachers may not have a ton of free time during the summer, but using what time they do have to bone up on financial knowledge can be helpful.

The FDIC: What It Is, and How It Works

The FDIC, or Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, protects your deposits in the event of a bank failure.

What It Means to Live Paycheck to Paycheck

You’ve likely heard the term “living paycheck to paycheck.” What that means is that your income meets your monthly expenditures. Learn more.

Recapping Financial Literacy Month at Money Vehicle!

Financial Literacy Month is celebrated during April, and this year, Money Vehicle was quite busy. Here’s a recap.

Teachers: How Storytelling Can Help Teach Financial Literacy

Teachers who are struggling to contextualize financial literacy material for their students can turn to one of the oldest tools in the book: Storytelling.

States With Financial Literacy Mandates In The Works

A spring 2023 update on which states have implemented financial literacy education mandates, and which are working on it.

Teachers: Help Your Students Map Their Money Journey

Learning about money and putting financial skills to work is a lifelong journey. Here’s how to help students get their bearings.

Why Everyone is Talking About a “Soft Landing”

You may have heard experts and pundits discussing a “soft landing” as it relates to the economy. Here’s what that means.

Georgia Financial Literacy Standards: An Overview

A rundown of the Georgia financial literacy standards for students.

Teachers: Teach Students to Be Smart Consumers

Getting smart with money involves teaching students to be smart consumers. And there are a lot of things to consider when you’re out shopping.

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