Teacher Online Resource Center
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) are working together to make it easier for schools to bring financial education into the classroom by developing a one-stop-shop for educators.
Here you will find tools to help you teach financial education including lesson plans, videos, and other resources.
In support of this effort, we are also working with community partners and banks to create hands-on programs including youth savings accounts connected to financial education for schools and communities.
Upcoming Webinar: Learning from the FDIC Youth Savings Pilot Webinar - June 27, 2017
A free financial education series for young people featuring four age-appropriate curriculums for grades Pre-K to 12.
Teachers are provided with ideas on how to educate children to make smart financial decisions.
Educational tools, interactive student activities, success stories, and links to related financial education sites.
Learn about strategies to enhance youth financial education efforts with an opportunity to open a savings account.
Subscribe to receive email updates about youth financial education.
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The FDIC and the CFPB are working together because we recognize that financial education has the power to help young people achieve their goals.