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NGPF Podcast: Tim Talks To Passionate Educator Jeff Snyder of Wayne Valley High School (NJ)

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May 25, 2018
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Podcasts, Teaching Strategies
  Jeff Snyder, Business Education & Financial Literacy educator extraordinaire at Wayne Valley High School in New Jersey, discovered his passion for teaching after working in corporate America for 30 years. This NGPF ‘17 Fellow inspires students by creating an engaging environment that’s fueled by questions and lively discussions. He found a way to stir up discussions between students and their parents by having them play the NGPF game, Payback, together. Hear how this...

What I'm Reading this Weekend......May 26-28

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May 25, 2018
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Current Events, Personal Finance, Student Loans, Economics, Savings, Paying for College
A long weekend so the list and a couple of the articles are a bit longer. Savings and Wealth I plan to dig into this one more this weekend from an NYT opinion piece by the authors of a study on wealth inequality and families. (There is a link to their paper in the article, if you want to really take a deeper dive.) Think having a million dollars in the bank makes you rich? Not according to bankers: bankers define rich as $25 million. The number of 401k millionaires at the end of the first...

What’s New With…….Investing?

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May 24, 2018
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Investing, Stocks, Current Events, Cryptocurrencies
FinTech Apps and Micro-Investing According to Warren Buffet, for the average investor, it’s all about low fees.  Would he support these low cost apps as a way to get average investors into the market. Here is another in-depth look at how micro-investing works, in both rising and falling markets. Here are two articles from Money Magazine about getting started in investing using investment apps. Blackrock, which manages $6 trillion in assets, is moving into the micro/app space with an...

NGPF Sponsoring Summer Workshops for Finance Educators

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May 24, 2018
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Professional Development
PALO ALTO, Calif., May 23, 2018 - Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), a non-profit committed to ensuring that ALL students leave high school with the financial skills needed to thrive in the future, is excited to announce summer workshops they are sponsoring for educators. NGPF recently announced a $25 million investment focused on teacher development over the next decade and these summer workshops represent a down payment.  "We are excited to be supporting teacher PD programs in six...