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May 25, 2017

LCEE and Nepris have teamed up to bring teachers a Turn-Key Financial Literacy Solution for the Classroom

The LCEE/Nepris Turn-Key Financial Literacy program connects personal finance experts with teachers and students virtually, bringing financial literacy education to life in your classroom helping students build a solid foundation for their financial futures.

Teachers can easily impact students:

  • For Free
  • On your Class Schedule
  • With Live or On-Demand Sessions
  • Without Struggling to Find Materials
  • Without Prepping Outside of Class
  • By meeting Act 624 Requirements

Topics available now for Grades K-12:

  • Till Death Do Us Part: Student Loans and Long-Term Relationships
  • That's a Lot of Dough: How Your Credit Score can Cost You
  • “But I NEED a New Spaceship”
  • Headed for College: Spending Hacks and Habits
  • Basic Budgeting
  • The Importance of Good Financial Habits
  • Your Heart, Your Mind, and Your Money

https://www.nepris.com/go/financial-literacy

May 24, 2017

2017 Making the Case for Financial Literacy

Each year the National Jump$tart office gathers statistical data from surveys its partners and other parties have conducted during the previous year and compiles the data into a document titled "Making the Case for Financial Literacy". There is a wealth of information in this document relating to students and adults and it can be used to make or support your case for financial literacy.

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May 23, 2017

New Orleans Rapper Dee-1 Drives a '98 Honda to Make a Point About Financial Literacy

Rapper Dee-1 ain't got no car note and he wants everyone to know it, especially young people that may have developed an unhealthy affinity for Escalades and bling. Dee-1 hails from New Orleans and is the first male in his family to earn a college degree. He briefly taught a middle school math class and now earns "way more"" than the $41,000 the teaching gig paid. He could buy a Benz. But Dee-1 is still pulling up in his '98 Honda with nearly 300,000 miles.