Thank you for joining us in our mission to equip young people with the financial decision-making skills they need to thrive in the future. NGPF is here to help support you with curriculum and professional development to move toward that mission.
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The best place to start is to find a resource that you can implement this week in your class! Whether you need a full lesson plan, a rigorous activity, or an engaging add-on for your lesson, we've got you covered. We have hundreds of FREE activities for you to use with your students including: interactives, projects, lessons, MOVE activities, and arcade games.
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Remember, the goal is to implement an NGPF resource in your classroom with ease and comfort, so you may also want to check out:
- Does NGPF have full lessons or courses available? (NGPF Course comparison chart)
- Where do I find the Answer Keys? (1-min video)
- How do I use Google Docs to teach NGPF content? (Teacher Toolkit)
- Where Can I Sign Up for NGPF Virtual PD Opportunities? (We recommend you start with the Beginning Series)
- How do I use NGPF for remote learning? (1-min video)
Once you implement a resource in your classroom, we'd love to hear from you!
And... NGPF Curriculum is FREE and always will be.
We believe that every student should take a one-semester personal finance course before graduating from high school. The life skills that personal finance education provides are too important to leave to budgetary whims or fickle funding sources.
For this reason, NGPF is funded through an endowment created by the co-founder and receives no funding from any outside sources, including financial institutions. All NGPF curriculum, professional development, and advocacy support is FREE and will always be FREE.