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NCCEE and NC JumpStart present

Financial Literacy Summit V-featuring sessions for teaching economics and personal finance. Members of the NCCEE and the NC Jump$tart Coalition in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, will present one and 1/2 days of staff development for K-12 teachers focusing on personal finance and economic education. Teachers will receive a certificate for 1 CEU. There is no cost to attend, but space is limited so register early! Click below for full details and registration information.

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This summit is provided by the NCCEE, NC Jump$tart Coalition and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

NC Jump$tart and NCCEE seek presenters for the Financial Literacy Summit V

Featuring sessions on economics and personal finance. Session proposals will be accepted through June 27. Presenters will be notified by July 8 of acceptance of proposals. Sessions should provide resources for K-12 teachers and will run 50 minutes each.

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Working together we can improve the financial literacy of North Carolina's youth! "If you're involved with or concerned about students learning how to handle money successfully, you've come to the right place." The North Carolina Jump$tart is a coalition comprised of individuals, non-profit and governmental agencies, the corporate sector, and education partners who have joined together to improve the personal financial literacy of North Carolina's youth. The Coalition's goals are to: Raise awareness of the importance of financial literacy. Improve personal financial education for the youth of North Carolina. Increase support for the North Carolina Jump$tart Coalition.

Did you know that April is Financial Literacy for Youth Month? Photos from our 2012 Financial Literacy Month conclusion event! Read about the Day at the Legislature events in our Press Room - In the News Also, visit "Projects" to find out how you can get involved! "Jump$tart Coalition's 2008 Survey Shows Financial Literacy Still Declining among High School Seniors." Click on Survey Results to view the full report.