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Press Releases

1/14/11 - Indiana Jump$tart Coalition Announces Officers for 2011

10/25/10 - Lincoln Elementary Teacher Receives Financial Literacy Educator Award
Indiana Jump$tart Coalition presented award to Margaret Griffin at the Money Smart Week Kick-off Breakfast.

12/11/09 - Indiana Jump$tart Coalition Announces Officers and Board of Directors
The Indiana Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy announces its officers and board of directors for the 2010 fiscal year.

8/27/08 - Issue Alert: Financial Literacy
Indiana Youth Institute is an outspoken advocate for youth and youth service in Indiana. In these unstable times, it is important that our youth get a better grasp on what it means to manage money.

In the News

11/16/10 - Business People: Margaret Griffin, fifth-grade teacher at Lincoln Elementary School, Huntington, was awarded the 2010 Financial Literacy Educator Award

10/8/10 - Indiana Jump$tart partner Networks Financial Institute receives Instructional Game of the Year Award from the Institute for Financial Literacy

10/7/10 - Improving Financial Literacy and Uniting Advocacy Organizations Critical to Helping More Hoosier Families Afford Higher Education Indiana forum commits to improving access to higher education

9/28/10 - Indiana Jump$tart Coalition partner Don Kent, Net Literacy, selected to serve as ambassador for Afterschool Alliance

5/22/09 - Building Your Future Curriculum Available

1/16/09 - President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy: 2008 Report to the President

7/21/08 - Freakonomics: Are We a Nation of Financial Illiterates?

5/6/08 - 2008 Survey of Personal Financial Literacy for High School Students

4/9/08 - 2008 Survey of Personal Financial Literacy for College Students