Real Life Financial Literacy for Your State
When officials mandated a personal financial literacy course to be taken for high school graduation, what do you think were the outcomes they hoped to achieve?
After graduation, have student college loans decreased? Have college completion rates increased? Do employers state they are extremely pleased with the skills and thinking ability of new hires? Are they accruing less credit card debt? Are your new graduates adding to the prosperity of your state’s economy?
Research on the impact of financial literacy courses in high school has shown typical high school courses have little positive impact on future young adult decisions.
After fifty years of financial consulting with thousands of families and a successful pilot with hundreds of Title I high school students, we believe Real Life Courses are different and produce the outcomes you, your teachers, and State your deserve.
There are many reasons why D&A courses achieve positive results, but one is the information is relevant to their future.
Your state can have a personal financial literacy course that can achieve outcomes and not be just another ceourse re is designed for districts with an Early College High School or districts that offer dual credit courses in collaboration with local colleges. RLPF – DC meets 100% of the TEKS and 100% ELPS.
Research demonstrates that free online courses and those that are constructed with an entertainment focus, simply do not deliver the impact for students to achieve social and economic transformation for themselves, their families, the district and the community
RLPF for Dual Credit will guide future and current college students in making real-life decisions. It is developed by Decker & Associates, a financial education publisher with award-winning, experienced, professionals.