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Financial Literacy Curriculum

Why Planning to Succeed Financial Literacy Curriculum?

It is important for students to have knowledge of how to handle their personal and business finances, regardless of their chosen path in life. Unfortunately, the practical application of this information is often neglected. With the Farm Credit Knowledge Center's financial curriculum, you can teach them valuable financial concepts that will aid in their success.

The Financial Literacy Curriculum, Planning to Succeed, is designed for high school students and can be used in both public and private schools. It is also suitable for homeschooling.

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Planning to Succeed is a business and financial literacy curriculum for high school students that includes:

  • Access to 10 modules with these materials:
    • Bell Ringers/Class Starters
    • PowerPoint Presentations
    • Note Organizers
    • In-Class Exercises
    • Homework Exercises
    • Student-driven activities and lessons
  • Advanced tracks for DE or AP students
  • Support from the Knowledge Center team to help with understanding the curriculum and accessing additional available resources
  • Additional reading to help better understand the lesson if needed
  • Populated Excel sheets to help with formulas and the provided problem sets

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To check if our curriculum is available in your area, simply fill out the form below. The curriculum is currently offered in Virginia, West Virginia, as well as the counties of Allegany and Garrett in Maryland. We will notify you via email within two business days of your request.


Disclaimer: By submitting a request and accessing the curriculum you are acknowledging that you will not share this information with other instructors or students outside of your instruction. If another instructor would like access please have them request access themselves.

Questions?  Please feel free to contact the Farm Credit Knowledge Center at

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