With today's volatile economy, we need to manage our money wisely. This curriculum was created to equip learners with the knowledge and skills to be financially literate and to make appropriate financial decisions.
The curriculum was prepared by Jordan McFarlen & Juanita Redekopp‐McKeown, and is the property of the Regina Public School Division. The curriculum document can be accessed online at Regina Public Schools.
"The aim of Personal Finance 30L is to provide students with basic skills in financial literacy, to develop an awareness and understanding of personal finance and personal economic decision‐making, to respond to business decisions as informed consumers, to develop work habits, attitudes, problems solving skills and independent thinking skills that will enhance personal and work experiences, and to develop a positive self‐image and essential business attitudes necessary as a consumer."