Jump$tart’s annual report features highlights from the financial literacy efforts of its national partners and state coalitions.
12 Principles Calendars
Each year Jump$tart publishes a wall calendar featuring its 12 Principles of Financial Literacy for young people. With support from generous sponsors, Jump$tart is able to distribute copies of the two-sided calendar at no cost, upon request.
State ¢ents is a monthly e-newsletter published by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy®. The goal of State ¢ents is to highlight the exemplary work of our affiliated state coalitions, focusing on one coalition for each monthly issue.
12 Principles Every Young Person Should Know
In coordination with the Virginia Council on Economic Education, Jump$tart offers mini-lessons for teaching the 12 financial principles that every young person should learn.
How to Raise a Money $mart Child: A Parent’s Guide
How to Raise a Money $mart Child is an updated version of a popular 2003 guide for parents and teachers, featuring articles by a variety of Jump$tart partners. The guide includes articles on budgeting, allowances, needs and wants, banking services, savings accounts, balancing a checkbook, obtaining credit, credit reports, insurance, mutual funds and financing college. Note that How to Raise a Money $mart Child is now out of print; but may still be downloaded as a .pdf file.
Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy