Learn More About the 2016 National Educator Conference

May 6, 2016 at 6:02 pm

NEC-Facebook-2The Jump$tart Coalition National Educator Conference is the only national conference for classroom teachers dedicated to personal finance education in the classroom. Each year, the conference provides PreK-12 educators with financial education resources, personal and professional development, access to a nation-wide network of colleagues, and general support for financial education.

This Year’s Conference Highlights:

  • Tools, resources, information and support for teaching personal finance in the classroom.
  • A variety of workshops under three strands: Curricula/Content, Personal Development “101” and Personal Development “AP.”
  • Networking with your peers from across the country!
  • Exhibit Hall devoted to Financial Education Resources
  • Welcome to Dallas Gala
  • 15 Professional Development Hours for Teachers
  • Optional Activities include: free financial planning clinics, two financial educator certification programs, and various teacher networking opportunities.

Click here to learn more.

 

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