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Fifth Third Bank launches free financial education program

Fifth Third Bank is launching Finance Academy, a new financial and entrepreneurship education program that offers free interactive online financial education for high school students throughout its 10-state footprint, which includes Kentucky.

Making math exciting and relevant in 2017

It can be difficult to articulate how mathematical thinking applies to the real world, but we know that igniting a passion for math can create incredible future opportunities for our students with high-income STEM job growth on the rise.

Jump$tart coalition marking Financial Literacy Month

In celebration of Financial Literacy Month in Kentucky, the Kentucky Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy is participating in Teach Children to Save Day...

Students go shopping at the Reality Store

The Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce gave students in Frankfort-area schools an idea of the financial obligations and obstacles they might face as adults through its Reality Store.

Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year nominations open

Nominations are being accepted for the Kentucky Jump$tart Coalition’s Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year award, which honors a Kentucky teacher in grades K-12...

Daviess County High recognized for financial literacy courses

Daviess County High School recently was recognized by Working in Support of Education, a New York City-based educational nonprofit, as one of the top...

Walton Verona teacher named Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year

David Sandlin, a teacher at Walton Verona (Independent) High School, recently was named the 2013 Financial Literacy Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky...

Early financial literacy a worthy investment

Learning how to teach young students economics pays off, educators say.

Financial Literacy Certification Program

Teachers looking for new resources to support personal finance instruction in their schools can take advantage of W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Program. Offered in 30...

Kenton County students create investments that count

Seventh-graders are making gains through online investment challenge.