Search Results: Students

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  • 121.
    My Money Five
    Subject: Investing, Financial Planning, Saving, Credit, Budgeting
    Audiences: Adults, Educators, Students (College, Elementary, High School, Middle School)
    Source: Federal Financial Literacy and Education Commission
    The U.S. government´s website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education.
    Free Resource

  • 122.
    My Money Handbook (PDF)
    Subject: Consumer Issues (Auto Loans), Credit, Identity Theft, Investing, Saving, Banking, Budgeting
    Audiences: Students (High School, College)
    Source: Invest Ed
    A money management booklet for students, with information and worksheets
    Free Resource
    Publication (Workbook)

  • 123.
    My Savings Machine
    Subject: Saving
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College)
    The Savings Machine Calculator shows you how making a small change can save you big money.
    Free Resource
    Tool (Calculator)

  • 124.
    NEFE High School Financial Planning Program
    Subject: Financial Planning, Credit, Investing, Banking, Consumer Issues (Insurance)
    Audiences: Students (High School)
    Source: National Endowment for Financial Education [NEFE]
    A financial literacy program specifically focused on basic personal finance skills that are relevant to the lives of pre-teens, teens, and young adults.
    Free Resource
    Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 125.
    Subject: Budgeting, Paying for College (College Planning, Financial Aid), Saving, Student Loan Management
    Audiences: Students (College, High School)
    Source: NerdWallet, Inc.
    NerdScholar is committed to helping students make informed decisions about their education everything from choosing a school to paying off loans.
    Free Resource

  • 126.
    Next Gen Personal Finance
    Subject: Banking, Budgeting, Consumer Issues (Insurance), Credit (Credit Cards, Credit Reporting, Credit Scoring), Taxes, Investing, Paying for College (FAFSA, Financial Aid)
    Audiences: Educators (Teachers), Students (College, High School)
    Source: Next Gen Personal Finance
    Supporting educators, empowering students. Next Gen Personal Finance offers a free online curriculum of 65+ complete lessons and 100+ standalone activities you can access from anywhere.
    Free Resource
    Activity, Lesson Plan/Curricula

  • 127.
    Nova "Mind over Money"
    Subject: Economics
    Audiences: Adults, Students
    Source: Mind Over Money
    A video explaining human rational behavior over money. Can markets be rational when humans aren´t?
    Resource has a Fee

  • 128.
    Oink: Money 101
    Subject: Teaching Kids about Money
    Audiences: Students (High School)
    Source: Virtual Piggy, Inc.
    A site for kids with financial quizzes, calculators, and wise words from the money-wise.
    Free Resource
    Game, Tool (Calculator), Website

  • 129.
    America Saves: Start Small, Think Big
    Subject: Saving
    Audiences: Adults, Students (College, High School)
    Source: Consumer Federation of America
    A website [and campaign] that encourages and supports low- to moderate-income households to save money, reduce debt, and build wealth.
    Free Resource
    Website (Blog)

  • 130.
    American Student Assistance
    Subject: Student Loan Management (Repayment Options)
    Audiences: Students (College)
    Source: American Student Assistance.
    A nonprofit organization that provides educational information to empower college students and alumni to successfully manage and repay their student loan debt.
    Free Resource
    Tool (Calculator), Website


Oklahoma Money Matters established this clearinghouse of financial literacy resources as a tool to help teachers, professors, educational administrators, practitioners and communities access information and instructional materials to support personal finance education for all ages. The clearinghouse contains publications, curricula and multimedia that address important money management topics such as saving for retirement, building a budget, balancing your checkbook and managing credit. We hope these resources help you make smart financial decisions and/or help you teach someone else how to manage their money successfully.