Register Now for Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge, Chance to Win $1,000

November 22, 2013 at 5:50 pm

Iowa high schools have a chance at $1,000 when they assess their students’ financial knowledge in the 2013 – 2014 Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge. Registration is free and simple, and participation can be completed in a single 45-minute class period.

Schools that register for the Challenge and have students complete the Ednalysis Financial Literacy Assessment by Jan. 31 will be entered in a drawing for a chance to win one of 30 cash prizes. The drawing will award each winning school $1,000 to benefit its financial literacy programs and scholarship fund.

Iowa Student Loan®, the Iowa Department of Education, the Iowa Jump$tart Coalition, Junior Achievement of Central Iowa and the Iowa College Access Network are the proud sponsors of this program.

Test Students’ Financial Knowledge

The assessment allows teachers to see how well their students understand essential financial literacy skills in five key areas:

  • Achieving Financial Goals
  • Managing Money Effectively
  • Debt Decision-Making
  • Investment and Asset Building
  • Legal and Ethical Financial Behavior

Registered schools whose students complete the assessment will be entered in the drawing. Individual student scores are confidential and will be shared only with the high school.

Register Now

Iowa high schools can now register at http://challenge.ednalysis.com for the 2013 – 2014 Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge and students can then begin taking the assessment. Use the “Get Started” link on the left to enter your school information and create your username and password. You will also be able to request login information for each 9 – 12 grade student who will participate in the Challenge.

Special Scholarship for Seniors

The Iowa Financial Know-How Challenge: Senior Scholarship expands the Challenge by awarding 20 scholarships worth $1,500 each to college-bound seniors who complete the Ednalysis assessment test and two financial literacy modules in February 2014. Interested seniors will receive emails highlighting financial literacy tips and reminding them to complete Student Loan Game Plansm and the ROCI Reality Check, two resources offered by Iowa Student Loan to help students realize their financial goals. Watch for more information about the scholarship.

Learn More

For more information about the Challenge, contact Matt Brown at Iowa Student Loan at (800) 243-7552, ex. 7656, or by email at mbrown@studentloan.org.

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