During Financial Literacy Month, non-profits such as the Council for Economic Education offer teacher training, lectures and lessons to help educators teach the basics of financial literacy in their classrooms. CEE is proud to partner with Discover’s Pathway to Financial Success in order to provide classroom teachers with knowledge and resources.We know teachers work tirelessly to ensure our nation’s children grow into successful and productive adults capable of making informed and responsible decisions, and good teaching techniques deserve recognition. Read more
It’s National Financial Literacy Month: A Pathway Special Report
Happy National Financial Literacy Month, everyone!
Pathway is gearing up for the warm weather and heading to Orlando!
This past weekend Matt Towson and Jennifer Grisamore had the pleasure of presenting at the ASCD 68th Annual Conference & Exhibit Show. We shared information about Pathway to Financial Success to nearly 10,000 school administrators, teachers, and teacher support professionals.
Attention school supervisors and curriculum developers: Discover is going to be at this year’s ASCD 68th Annual Conference and Exhibit Show March 16-18 in Chicago, IL.
Last week, Pathway to Financial Success attended the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Conference on Education.
I’m the assistant principal of social studies curriculum for Rockford Public Schools in Rockford, IL. In our community, unemployment is a staggering 12 percent. In addition, more than 70 percent of the students from Rockford Public School District 205 come from low-income homes.
Come find us at this year’s American Association of School Administrators (AASA) National Conference on Education in Los Angeles on Feb. 21-23.
Do you need funding for your school’s financial education curriculum? Pathway to Financial Success is now accepting grant applications from public high schools across the country. Here are some tips to assist you through your application: