Friday, August 17, 2012

Financial Education Curriculum for Special Needs Students


I am blessed to teach at Reading Community City Schools, a district dedicated to financial literacy. In order to graduate from Reading High School, you need to pass my semester long personal finance course.

I volunteered to teach a financial education class specifically designed for special needs students, which I will be doing for the first time this semester. Thanks to VISA's Practical Money Skills, I have a strong framework of curriculum to begin with.

Click here for their free curriculum and resources.

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