Educators Believe That Additional Financial Literacy Curriculum Is Needed A 2016 report by PricewaterhouseCoopers examines how educators believe there is a need for more financial education in K-12 curriculums but do not feel that they are adequate enough or receiving the support they need to teach these skills. With only 12% of educators addressing personal finance in their... Read More About Educators Believe That Additional Financial Literacy Curriculum Is Needed »
Alumni Spotlight: Vince Gastgeb When were you first introduced to Junior Achievement programs? At Bethel Park High School as a senior. What was your most memorable JA project or class? The JA class meet once a week and my group produced hangars. I remember working together as a team to develop a strategy and execute that strategy. How did JA impact your life in... Read More About Alumni Spotlight: Vince Gastgeb »
The Benefits of Financial Education Aren’t Just for Those about to Graduate Financial experts agree that there are benefits to incorporating personal finance lessons in the classroom. Many argue that financial education should become a part of the core curriculum. These experts say that no matter how early one is learning personal finance there is “immediate applicability.” Jun Wei... Read More About The Benefits of Financial Education Aren’t Just for Those about to Graduate »
Our region has a reputation for being resource-rich: birthplace of the oil industry, source of the coal that energized an electricity-driven industrial economy, natural gas that fueled warm homes and meals, and water – plenty to drink, and to keep commerce flowing. The economic engine that was built on those readily available natural assets also led to a reputation for... Read More About Our Region’s Economy: We Need More People (Who Are Already Here) »
This is JA Alumni Spotlight: Brian Sweeney When were you first introduced to Junior Achievement programs? In 1988 at St. Wendelin’s school What was your most memorable JA project or class? I remember Dennis giving us checkbooks in which we had to make regular entries and balance the account. We were assigned occupations, earned salaries,... Read More About This is JA Alumni Spotlight: Brian Sweeney »
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