Brian Page @FinEdChat, a teacher from Ohio, is recognized nationally in the United States as a leading personal finance and economics teacher receiving a Milken National Educator award and being named a CNN/Money Magazine “Money Hero” among many other awards. He understands how we can educate every child about financial literacy if people will just listen.
Who will want to listen to this show?
This is a must listen for curriculum directors, high school principals, and math, finance, and economics teachers in K12. Other people who care about the state of education today like parents, school board members, and community leaders who want to build a strong community of people who know how to manage their money will be interested as well.
The most important thing we discussed is what we need to do in the US to teach every student financial literacy, which is typically only taught to those who go to college. I also thought the conversation about consumerism and deceptive marketing (even in today’s standardized tests) is important.
Listen to Every Classroom Matters Episode 30: Brian Page
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If you’re a parent who wants to teach your child about financial literacy, read Brian’s Blog post from last October about how he uses the Millionaire’s Club game to teach his kids. There are ways to teach financial literacy in every classroom and in every home and Brian is my go-to guy to ask.
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