Would you like some help preparing for the Kentucky state mandate requiring financial literacy education for high school graduation?
Join us for the Kentucky Master Teacher of Personal Finance program, a collaborative initiative between the Coalition for Financial Literacy in the Commonwealth (CFLC) and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
This program is aligned with the Kentucky High School Financial Literacy Standards. It is free to Kentucky teachers, who can earn up to 35 hours of professional development credit. Teachers who complete the program will be designated as Kentucky Master Teachers of Personal Finance.
Virtual instructors are Cynthia Harter of Eastern Kentucky University, Janet Ratliff of Morehead State University, Amanda Geiger of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, and David Sandlin of Walton-Verona High School and the EKU Center for Economic Education.
Questions? Contact Cynthia.Harter@eku.edu
Schedule for Summer 2023:
May 26: Registration deadline
June 5: Program opens with synchronous orientation via Zoom, 5:00-7:30 p.m. ET. Teachers complete online pre-test prior to June 5.
June 5-27: Required synchronous virtual meetings on June 5, 12, and 19, 5:00-7:30 p.m.ET; asynchronous work on modules with daily assignments that include both content and pedagogy instruction. Teachers complete online post-test.
June 27: Recognition luncheon at 12:30 P.M. at University of Kentucky Longship Club on UK’s Main Campus in Lexington (in-person attendance optional)
See the link below for the 2023 KMTPF program flyer.
Kentucky Master Teacher of Personal Finance Program 2023 Cohort
Congratulations to the 2023 Kentucky Master Teachers of Personal Finance!
- Allison Cecil
- David Curtis
- Jennifer Danzinger
- Todd Eastridge
- Amber Florence
- Melanie Fore
- Jamie Foster
- Kim Goff
- Mark Heard
- Helen Holifield
- Vonna Hutson
- Paula Jones
- Jo Million
- Shannon Mungle
- Qualls Kaeleigh
- Travis Rasso
- Kim Rodkey
- Reece Spears
- Brianne White
Kentucky Master Teacher of Personal Finance Program 2022 Cohort
Congratulations to the 2022 Kentucky Master Teachers of Personal Finance!