Not only is spring a time for new beginnings, it’s also a great time to learn about financial literacy skills – that’s because April is Financial Literacy Month.
It’s important to teach students financial education skills now so that they can make smart financial decisions in the future. To help them do that, Mass Literacy has partnered with MassMutual, Junior Achievement, and the Allstate Foundation to print a financial literacy guide in today’s Boston Herald. Be Money Smart: Helping students and Families understand how to invest, save, and manage money is packed with real-world information and activities for learners in elementary, middle and high school. Adult learners new to financial education will also benefit from this guide.