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The Good News

Financial education is increasingly becoming a required topic in school standards in order for students to graduate.
    •    45 states include financial education in the K-12 standards
    •    22 states require a financial education course to be offered and require that students take the course in High School

 

The Bad News

Teachers lack the resources, content and knowledge to effectively teach personal finances topics.
    •    Fewer than 69% of teachers report feeling competent to teach personal finance topics
    •    Only 7 states actually measure financial education standards

 

FitKit™ is a Complete Turnkey Solution

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  1. Engaging content: Combines video content,interactive gaming, group activities and lesson plans that encourage student engagement
  2. Fulfills Standards: Meets state and national education standards
  3. Empowers Teachers: Provides teachers without a finance background easy-to-implement curriculum, teaching cues, background information and support materials.

 

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Proper Financial Education can make all the Difference

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What Teachers are Saying

“The 2008 financial crisis displayed the need for personal finance courses, and this curriculum certainly fills that need.”

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“The videos add an amazing element to the already engaging curriculum, which students love.”

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“The hands-on and real life connections which students make are incredible.”

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“I feel confident that the next generation of Americans will be better prepared, if they have the opportunity to complete this course.”

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“This modern approach to the contemporary concept of personal finance fits right in with 21st Century teens.”

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