HSFPP is categorized into six topical modules. Modules include stand-alone lessons that target a specific learning competency and supporting objectives based on national academic standards.

HSFPP provides instructors with all of the materials needed to confidently teach teens personal finance. Learn  about the components that make up each HSFPP lesson. 

New on the HSFPP Blog
Smart About Money (SAM), NEFE's main consumer website, underwent a major revision this summer. The newly designed website offers free online courses for you complete at your own pace, on your own time.
At a recent Colorado Jump$tart Teacher Training event, some teachers expressed that their students wouldn't benefit from financial education because they come from families that don't have the money to do anything more than live day by day.

Here are three financial education concepts that all students need, regardless of their life circumstances.
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
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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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