In 2007, the State of Oklahoma passed the Passport to Financial Literacy Act, requiring that students in Grades 7-12 learn basic concepts for handling their finances. The 14 different topics designated as standards for instruction are intended to provide students with the basic skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage their personal finances.
The 14 interactive modules provide unbiased* and relevant financial education for students, while offering teachers exciting new tools for the classroom.
*There is no advertising within the education modules.
- Free to teachers through TTCU
- Interactive online learning
- Meets Oklahoma Passport standards
These modules can be completed in the classroom (computers are necessary) or given as homework. Teachers can select specific modules to enhance their current curriculum or have students complete them all while easily tracking progress and test scores online.
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FoolProof Parents is a web-driven financial education program designed for parents to use with their teenage children. Interactive modules teach financial responsibility and feature real-world topics such as how to open and manage a checking account and how to avoid debt by using a credit card responsibly.
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FoolProof Fast Facts lead young adults through seven self-guided money management modules teaching basics about checking accounts and credit cards.
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Make Cents is an online newsletter designed to keep adults up to date on the latest consumer news and help you be a smart and informed consumer.
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