Michigan Credit Union League

Financial Education Resources

Below are additional resources to help you successfully execute classroom presentations:

National Youth Involvement Board

Reporting your classroom presentations to the NYIB helps to demonstrate the good work of credit union classroom educators.

National Endowment for Financial Education

NEFE's Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit helps you measure the success and document the impact of your financial education activities.

National Youth Involvement Board

Information and resources for classroom presentations.

National Council on Economic Education

A comprehensive site containing financial education information for students and teachers including:

  • Financing Your Future for high school students
  • Virtual Economics for K-12
  • EconEdLink with links to over 568 free classroom lessons
  • The Mint for pre-teens and teens
  • and much more

Jump$tart Coalition

Contains a clearing house and current listing of financial education resources available as well as research, best practices and standards.

Finance in the Classroom

Utah's go-to site for personal finance materials for K-12 educators, students and parents.

Practical Money Skills for Life

Free lesson plans for all ages.

Money & Stuff

Lesson plans and fun activities for kids, teens, and adults from Ohio's credit unions.

Federal Reserve Education

Classroom resources, games, simulations and publications for all ages.

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