HSFPP Director Susan Sharkey (left) at a conference.

When we travel to national conferences our staff has an opportunity to meet with educators, and sometimes former students, who have used the HSFPP curriculum and are excited to share its impact as well as ideas for improvement. This feedback is tremendously important and helps us continuously improve. 

Although our staff attends 15 national conferences each year (check out our 2017 travel schedule), we know most of our teachers are not able to attend those same conferences. If you see us at a conference, please stop by and share your story. If you don't see us in person, or would prefer to share your thoughts in writing, we always welcome your comments and stories. 

Let us know questions your students or their parents commonly ask, stories or ideas for HSFPP blog topics.
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Thumnail cover NEFE Digest January February 2017
We have known for some time that American teens lag behind many other countries in financial literacy. But  NEFE-funded research has uncovered another pitfall. 

Low financial literacy combined with low rates of national pension systems (e.g., Social Security) puts American teens at a unique risk to struggle later in life.
Other NEFE Educator Resources
CashCourse® - online materials for college students
Financial Workshop Kits - resources for adult financial educators
Evaluation Toolkit® - databank of questions to measure impact
On Your Own - young adult blog about financial lessons learned
Spendster - confessions of bad spending habits
Smart About Money - consumer finance tips and tools
High School Financial Planning Program | hsfpp@nefe.org |  www.hsfpp.org
The High School Financial Planning Program ® (HSFPP) is the flagship program of the National Endowment for Financial Education ® (NEFE®). NEFE is the leading private nonprofit, noncommercial foundation dedicated to inspiring empowered financial decision-making for individuals and families through every stage of life.

Learn more about the complete suite of NEFE's free consumer and educator resources at  www.nefe.org .
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