Speaking of inspiration, check out the Jump$tart National Educators Conference happening November 7-9, 2020 in Atlanta! Teacher scholarships are available to cover the cost of registration, travel and lodging. The speakers, training, resources and networking opportunities of this conference will energize and inspire you. Apply for a Teacher Scholarship here , and don’t delay…Applications are due by August 21, 2020!
CALIFORNIA JUMP$TART TEACHING RESOURCES DIRECTORY
By www.cajumpstart.org
Take advantage of our recently published online library of financial education resources for teachers, parents, and anyone committed to financial smarts for students.

FUELING FINANCIAL EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM
By www.jumpstart.org
The Jump$tart National Educator Conference supports the goals of Project Groundswell and #CheckYourSchool, a public-engagement campaign to increase effective financial education in our nation’s public, private, and charter elementary, middle, and high schools. Through this conference and other professional development initiatives, Jump$tart promotes rigorous, effective school-based financial education by well-qualified, well-supported teachers, using a variety of reliable and engaging educational resources.

HERE'S WHY YOU NEED TO UP YOUR FINANCIAL LITERACY
By Jill Cornfield, www.cnbc.com
When it comes to money, you can’t make wild stabs and think everything will be OK. Maybe it will be. Maybe it won’t.

Less-than-great news for Gen Z: They have the lowest financial literacy of any demographic, according to a survey from TIAA fielded in January. 


MEET THE DUO BEHIND FINANCE SNACKS
By Kendall Little, www.time.com
Scrolling through the latest posts by Finance Snacks on Instagram, it’s easy to see how the brand lives up to its name.

The feed is made up of shareable, succinct, easily digestible advice on a range of personal finance topics, from core concepts like compounding interest and reducing fixed expenses to more complex subjects...

FIVE WAYS TO INVEST IN YOUR FINANCIAL HEALTH NOW
By Catherine Coley, www.nasdaq.com
As even the hardest-hits parts of America begin to re-open after lockdown, one thing’s for sure: the way Americans look at health has forever changed. Physical health, mental and emotional health, and also financial health.


YOUTH FINANCIAL EDUCATION
By www.consumerfinance.gov
Developing financial knowledge, skills, and habits is an important stepping stone on young people’s path to adult financial well-being. The tools and resources listed here support K–12 financial education.