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Financial Literacy Summit Agenda

Event Location:
Iowa Events Center: Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center
730 3rd St
Des Moines, IA 50309

Financial Literacy Summit Agenda - for printing




Welcome: Director Brad Buck/Adam Carroll


Breakout 1 for Everyone

Strengthening Financial Education in Iowa: Data-Driven Recommendations - Lincoln Hughes (EverFi)

Breakout 2 for Educators

Resources for Teaching Financial Literacy - Glenda Seward (Mid-Prairie Community School District)

Breakout 3 for Students

Winning the Money Game - Adam Carroll (National Financial Educators)


Breakout 1 for Everyone

Panel: Voices from the Field: Lessons Learned by Financial Services Professionals

Breakout 2 for Educators

Financial Literacy and 21st Century Skills within the Iowa Core - Kelli Diemer (Iowa Department of Education), Cindy Fletcher (Iowa State University)

Breakout 3 for Students

Panel: Fostering the Entrepreneurial Mindset


Lunch: Governor Terry E. Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds

Viewing of documentary “Broke, Busted & Disgusted”


Breakout 1 for Everyone

National Efforts to Improve Financial Literacy - Mary Suiter (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis)

Breakout 2 for Educators

Best Practices in Financial Education - Bob Mantell (TS Institute)

Breakout 3 for Students

Being College Savvy: Knowing How to Navigate the College System and Benefit from a College Experience - Erick Danielson (Iowa College Access Network), Tim Bakula (University of Northern Iowa), Beth Carlson (Grand View University), Roberta Johnson (Iowa State University)


Breakout 1 for Everyone

How to Foster Financially Savvy Families - Corinne Lambert (United Way), Traci Stiles (Des Moines Metro Credit Union), Steve Havemann (Youth Policy Institute) and Claudia Hawkins (Hawkins & Hawkins Consulting)

Breakout 2 for Educators

Panel: How are Districts and Schools Across the State Implementing Financial Literacy?

Breakout 3 for Students

Lesson: Debt Decision Making and Investing - Kyle Osborne (TS Institute), Carol Jensen (Luana Savings Bank)


Keynote: Jack Kosakowski (CEO, Junior Achievement USA)

Financial Literacy: Why is it so hard to teach and see results?


Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on March 21, 2018 at 7:44am.