Applying Harvard B-School Tactics To High School Economics Classes

In more than half the high schools in the country, students are required to take a financial literacy or economics course. They’re often dry affairs, full of formulas for compounding interest. With a new curriculum known as Loot Inc., project director Anand Marri hopes to change that image and actually teach kids how to think about money . . .
Read more at Forbes.

Joyce B. Cowin Funds Program at Teachers College to Foster Personal Financial Literacy among High School Students

A partnership among Teachers College, the New York City Department of Education and the nonprofit Working In Support of Education (W!SE) will launch The Cowin Financial Literacy Project in Fall 2012, with the first workshops for teachers from select New York City schools to begin in Summer 2013.
Read more at Teachers College Newsroom.