“Money should not be a scary subject. It should be something recognized as giving people access and choices. We should be getting children comfortable with the language and grammar of money when they’re very young," said an Alabama Council on Economic Education representative.
The ACEE’s mission is to teach K-12 students about economics and personal finance so they can make better decisions in their lives — for themselves, their families, their communities, and the country.
Financial literacy doesn’t just mean that students know the value of coins, but it also means valuable skills that can be used in the classroom and beyond. Please consider attending to make our family fun night more meaningful with financial literacy as its theme.
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