Digital Promise and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) at George Washington University have collaborated to develop 20 personal finance micro-credentials for educators, covering skills in credit card use, saving, and mobile financial management. Each micro-credential is aligned to personal finance national standards, all of which explore topics and situations relevant to students’ daily lives.
Digital Promise’s Jennifer Kabaker, Director of Educator Micro-credentials, and Odelia Younge, Partnership Manager, recently discussed the financial literacy micro-credential stack with Tim Ranzetta of Next Gen Personal Finance in the Tim Talks To podcast.
Listen to the episode below to hear more about these micro-credentials and their value to educators and students.
Through the financial literacy micro-credentials, educators are given the support needed to teach foundational skills to their students for financial success in college and career.
Learn more about how you can incorporate financial literacy into your classroom by visiting our platform and starting your micro-credential journey.