Junior Achievement of New Jersey Introduces Revised Financial Literacy Curriculum
On Oct. 18, Junior Achievement of New Jersey (JANJ) will debut a revised curriculum, JA Finance Park, which meets the New Jersey Student Learning Standards and the 9.1 financial literacy standard for high school graduation. The curriculum is provided to districts in the state at no charge.
Junior Achievement is a nonprofit organization that has been providing education programs to students for nearly 100 years. JANJ provides curriculum to teachers and connects students to the New Jersey business community through its volunteer program.
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