NEFE’s High School Financial Planning Program® (HSFPP)

NEFE’s HSFPP is organized into six topics: planning, borrowing, earning capability, investing, financial services, and insurance. It includes Student Guides, 45-minute lesson plans, and online resources and learning activities.

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NEFE’s HSFPP is organized into the six topics of planning, borrowing, earning capability, investing, financial services, and insurance. It includes six topical Student Guides, an assortment of 45-minute lesson plans, and a growing collection of online resources and learning activities. Choose to use some or all of the lessons as you see what works for you. Student Evaluation is available through the NEFE Financial Education Evaluation Toolkit.

Provider
National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE)
Author
National Endowment for Financial Education
Price
Free
Published / Released Year
2013
Resource Categories
Curriculum, Tools
Resource Type
Calculator/App/Software, Comprehensive Curriculum/Program, Downloadable resources, Lesson/Lesson Plan (one lesson), Teaching Guide , Workbook/Activity Sheet
Target Users
Parent, home school, Student, self-directed study, Teacher, classroom or after school
Grade Level
8th grade, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade
Languages
English, Spanish
Special Needs
Hearing impaired, Learning disabled, Visually impaired
Order Phone Number
303-741-6333
Jump$tart Standards
  • CD1 - Analyze the costs and benefits of various types of credit
  • CD2 - Summarize a borrower's rights and responsibilities related to credit reports
  • CD3 - Apply strategies to avoid or correct debt management problems
  • CD4 - Summarize major consumer credit laws
  • EI1 - Explore job and career options
  • EI2 - Compare sources of personal income and compensation
  • EI3 - Analyze factors that affect net income
  • FDM1 - Recognize the responsibilities associated with personal financial decisions
  • FDM2 - Use reliable resources when making financial decisions
  • FDM3 - Summarize major consumer protection laws
  • FDM4 - Make criterion-based financial decisions by systematically considering alternatives and consequences
  • FDM5 - Apply communication strategies when discussing financial issues
  • FDM6 - Analyze the requirements of contractual obligations
  • FDM7 - Control personal information
  • FDM8 - Use a personal financial plan
  • I1 - Explain how investing may build wealth and help meet financial goals
  • I2 - Evaluate investment alternatives
  • I3 - Demonstrate how to buy and sell investments
  • I4 - Investigate how agencies protect investors and regulate financial markets and products
  • RMI1 - Identify common types of risks and basic risk management methods
  • RMI2 - Justify reasons to use property and liability insurance
  • RMI3 - Justify reasons to use health, disability, long-term care and life insurance
  • SS1 - Develop a plan for spending and saving
  • SS2 - Develop a system for keeping and using financial records
  • SS3 - Describe how to use different payment methods
  • SS4 - Apply consumer skills to spending and saving decisions

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