"It's not how much you make, but how much you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for." ~Robert Kiyosaki April is Financial Literacy month. However, Every month should be Financial Literacy Month.
How are women overcoming barriers in STEM? Find out in this JA podcast interview with Stanford University student Amber Yang!Listen to an (and podcast today!
This is why #JA teaches critical topics such as financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship! It's necessary that #students #k-12 are learning these skills! The student demonstrates management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span and is expected to evaluate the need for personal and family financial planning, including budgeting, expense records, and maintaining economic self-sufficiency.
How to Use an Allowance System to Teach Your Child About Money
What do your kids know about financial literacy? Are you teaching them how they should be spending their money correctly?BusyKid helps teach financial literacy for kids and help parents easily manage chores and allowance.
Check out a #recent #study #juniorachievement #did to #uncover the #truth about #kids and #money!
Are you a super saver? JA can help! Students k-12 will learn the importance of saving #now for a better #future ahead. Click to learn more!