Executives in the financial industry know that educational programming in schools builds trust with customers, improves reputation and provides a valuable service. According to our survey of 235 banking experts, they also believe that K-12 teachers don’t always have the skills or resources to effectively teach financial literacy. How can you help teachers improve their ability to teach this vital information? Professional development is one way to maximize the classroom teacher’s potential and provide the greatest benefit to K-12 students and their families.
Financial education programs in schools start conversations on basic money management, budgeting, credit issues, saving and investing, and more. You talk to kids; the kids talk to parents — those parents are your customers. But ensuring that your message is presented properly and gets home to parents starts with the classroom teacher. A video like the one you’re about to watch, based on NTC’s in-school programming, transforms teachers into stewards of your program. Take a look.
Professional Educator Video