Money Talks Edu's newly published curriculum, "Road To Riches," teaches teens practical personal finance scenarios, lessons, and activities that will strengthen their money management skills and financial decision-making capabilities as they transition into adulthood.
Our virtual classrooms are led by educators and advocates who aim to make financial literacy easy to learn for both parents and their children.
Photo: Jack Horchar, Life Coach, Crystal Evans, Money Talks Edu Founder & President at State Representative Joanna McClinton's Economic Empowerment Symposium.
Money Talks Edu's newly published curriculum, "Road to Riches," and Money Talks Edu's cloud-based learning platform. Lessons include overviews on the relationship between Poverty & Socioeconomics, Financial Literacy, Spending, Saving & Budgeting, Debt & Income Management, Investing Concepts, and more.
With the integration of the curriculum and cloud-based learning platform Money Talks Edu offers both in-person and hybrid learning styles for the global collaborative learning environment and teacher, parent, and youth; and virtual personal finance competitions
Teens are too young to have bad credit , yet if you don't teach them how to manage their finances when they are young. They will grow up embarrassed and in economic distress, questioning why no one taught them the vital money management skillsets needed to manage their lives.