Developing education tools and programs based on research is a priority for GFLEC. In order to be most effective, education tools and programs need to incorporate research findings about financial literacy, financial capability, and financial education.
Girl Rising FinLit Curriculum by GFLEC
GFLEC and Girl Rising partnered to create financial education lesson plans for K-12 students that correspond with the documentary, Girl Rising. Together, the financial literacy lessons aim to teach students about the many ways in which education and finances are related.
GFLEC has developed materials for a new personal finance course at an institution of higher education, with the support of the Calvin K. Kazanjian Economics Foundation. All the materials an educator needs to implement the Personal Finance course are provided at the below link.
Test your financial knowledge here. Professor Annamaria Lusardi and Professor Olivia Mitchell of the Wharton School developed three questions that indicate one’s financial literacy. They have been used worldwide, including in the U.S. National Financial Capability Study.
GFLEC teamed up with Digital Promise to create a set of twenty personal finance micro-credentials. Our micro-credentials can be displayed as digital badges by 7th-12th grade educators to show competency in specific personal financial topics. Learn more about our micro-credentials and see the full list here.
Dr. Ben Bernanke served as the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve from 2006 to 2014. Between March 22 and March 29, 2012, Dr. Bernanke gave a series of four lectures at the George Washington University School of Business regarding the origin and the role of the Federal Reserve Board.