Final 2013 Financial Literacy Module Teaches Students “Consequences” Of Poor Financial Decision Making
When people think of April, springtime, birds chirping and flowers blooming may come to mind. According to the U.S Government, however, April is officially National Financial Literacy Month, which is dedicated to highlighting the importance of financial literacy education and healthy financial decision making. April also marks the conclusion of the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, which hosted its final “Consequences” module today. During the five consequences sessions, students witnessed a mock hearing presided over by Judges Frank Bailey, Joan Feeney and Melvin Hoffman at the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts in Boston and Worcester. Beyond the Billable stopped by the court to bring you a firsthand look at the sessions:
For more information about the M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program, please contact Katie D’Angelo, Public Service Programs Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on April 4, 2013, in M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy Program and tagged Boston Public Schools, Children and Youth, Financial Literacy, M. Ellen Carpenter Financial Literacy, Public Service. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.