Instructional Guidance

System leaders provide coherent instructional guidance in a number of ways, including

  • aligning curricular goals, assessment instruments, instructional practices and teaching resources that support financial literacy learning
  • insisting on ambitious goals for teaching and learning
  • advocating for attention to the best available evidence to inform instructional improvement decisions
  • expecting schools to focus on needs of individual as well as groups of students
  • encouraging staff to be innovative within the boundaries created by the district's instructional guidance system


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Elementary: Grades 7 and 8 Mathematics and Health and Physical Education
Video clip of a Superintendent sharing the importance of building knowledge and skills related to financial literacy.
Secondary: Financial Literacy in Guidance and Career Education- Navigating the Workplace
Video clip of a Superintendent showcasing student engagement, 21st century learning skills, and problem solving through financial literacy.

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