In this Common Core Standards-aligned project, students work within the average young person’s monthly budget to make payments on credit card debt accumulated over 4 years of college. They make decisions on where to spend and save in order to pay down debt.
In this Common Core Standards-aligned project, students will conduct research on both sides of the topic and write a persuasive response to the question: Should you pay off your mortgage early? They use their research to conduct a classroom debate with their peers.
In this Case Study, students will take on the role of a peer financial counselor to analyze credit card promotions and comparison shop for a card. They will also learn about alternatives to credit cards for those seeking to develop a credit history.
We believe that all young people deserve a free, quality education to take control of their financial
futures. For students making high-stakes decisions for the first time, and the educators charged with
preparing them, we proudly offer Next Gen Personal Finance.
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