The National Financial Educators Blog
Success for All Foundation (SFAF) has $50 million to give away to eligible schools to “start or expand research-based, innovative programs that help close academic-achievement gaps and improve outcomes for high-needs students.”
SFAF provides $50,000 grants to Title I elementary schools with 200 or more students. It also stipulates that 40% of the students must […]
Educator Spotlight: NFEC Applauds Camille Ko and Allie for Giving Homeless Youth a Financial Education
The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) is proud to recognize Camille Ko, a high school student who has built a successful financial education program for homeless youth. With the aid of Allie, her teen shelter assistant, Camille presented the […]
Wake Technical Community College Campaign Overview
Raising financial literacy competencies among students and community members forms the main goal of an exciting campaign launched at Wake Technical Community College this year. In collaboration with the SunTrust Foundation and the National Financial Educators Council, Wake Tech opened the inaugural semester of its Center for Financial Education […]
Financial Education, Awareness & Sustainability – the NFEC’s Campaign Approach
The NFEC has sponsored, reviewed, and designed more than a thousand financial education programs. In process, the National Financial Educators Councils team has identified the essential components of financial literacy campaigns that generate the maximum impact.
There are three important criteria of a financial education programs […]
Educator Spotlight: Somya Munjal Achieves Success by Investing in the Next Generation
Being able to help people gain a solid financial education is truly a dream come true for Somya Munjal, founder and Managing Director of Youthful Savings. Through her collaboration with the various organizations, Munjal has found a way to translate her passions into […]
Financial Educators Survey
The NFEC’s is committed to gaining deeper understanding of financial education provides the industry needed data on the subject matter. The NFEC frequently gathers data through surveys (supply- and demand-side), advisory boards and research. The objective is to share best practices with the financial literacy industry so programs meet best practice standards.