A Twist on Teaching Philanthropy
NGPF Fellow Sue Suttich of Tigard High School (Tigard, OR) wrote in with this awesome spin she put on our Philanthropy lesson and materials (found in the Mini Units section of our website), just in time for the winter holidays! Read on to hear Sue's creative idea for her sports marketing class.
I wanted to share with you a way I have used your Charity/Philanthropy project. I think it is a good way to show teachers your projects can fit into any curriculum not just personal finance and economics classes.
Thanks for sharing, Sue! And thanks to all teachers focusing on the value of giving back! It warms our Next Gen hearts :)
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When I started working at Next Gen Personal Finance, it's as though my undergraduate degree in finance, followed by ten years as an educator in an NYC public high school, suddenly all made sense.
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