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Course | Next Gen Personal Finance Updated


The NGPF Semester Course features lesson plans to meet diverse learning styles; rigorous, engaging activities throughout the term; and a digital format so that content is always up-to-date and accessible.

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EDUCATOR ESSENTIALS provide learning strategies and resources to move from static to dynamic learning while emphasizing personalized, learner-centered environments through blended learning models such as flipped learning, choice boards, and station rotation. Project-based learning offers authentic project learning experiences to engage learners in relevant issues and passion projects to spur innovative solutions with career experts. Resources support culturally responsive perspectives and asynchronous online learning opportunities.

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PLANNING TOOLS provides essential information to guide course implementation, including scope and sequence, detailed lesson plans, semester planning outline, course updates, and project overview. Several courses offer free online resources with hyperlinked URLs to enhance blended, synchronous, and asynchronous learning. The scope and sequence guide the resource selections to ensure the content aligns with lesson topics. The online resource collection includes course outlines, modules, lesson plans, videos, projects, and articles.

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Next Gen Personal Finance Academy

Through the NGPF Academy educators can participate and track free NGPF professional development opportunities while focusing on personal finance. 

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Instructional Units

Unit 1 Behavioral Economics
Unit 2 Banking
Unit 3 Investing
Unit 4 Types of Credit
Unit 5 Managing Credit
Unit 6 Paying for College
Unit 7 Insurance
Unit 8 Budgeting
Unit 9 Consumer Skills
Unit 10 Checking
Unit 11 Careers

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New Semester Course Update Announcement


Read about the scheduled release of the NextGen Personal Finance updates



Lesson series with a focus on new modes of managing checking accounts like online and mobile banking



Students learn the types and value of savings

Types of Credit


Help students compare student debt, auto loans, credit cards, and everything in between.

Managing Credit


Students learn the value of a high credit score and more...



Students learn the importance of budgeting



Students learn the value of investing as well as types of investments

Behavioral Economics


Students learn how cognitive biases impact money decisions.

Consumer Skills


Students learn how to be savvy consumers



Students will learn with the entire tax cycle and the implications in their current lives.



Teach your students about protecting their assets with insurance.

Paying for College


Everything students need to know from applying for the FAFSA to obtaining scholarships, grants, and student...



Students learn how to build career success, lessons for any career pathway

Thanks to our community, industry, postsecondary partners, and professional associations for their continued involvement in promoting future ready learning for NAF's educators and learners.

Looking for the old Curriculum Library?

NAF will no longer update the Curriculum Library in the Academy Support Hub (ASH), but you can still access it below. Stay on the NAF Future Ready Learning site for our updated curricula and resources.

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