Forum Financial Management is proud to collaborate with Chicago-based financial
literacy program Climb to Safety to celebrate financial literacy.
Because it's never too late to start saving, and it’s never too early to start learning.
Climb to Safety is devoted to teaching financial literacy to elementary school students. Founded by Forum Advisor Michelle Weindruch, CFP®, Climb to Safety endeavors to bridge the financial knowledge gap and prepare students for many of the complex financial issues they will encounter as adults. For more information, visit climbtosafety.org/.
To celebrate Financial Literacy Month, we spoke with Ms. Emilie Kaim, first-grade teacher at Chicago Public School's Alexander Graham Bell Elementary School.
This Forum Future production looks at the benefits of saving in a new light (a neon one).
To recognize Financial Literacy Month, we spoke with Ms. Christine Poczik, second-grade teacher at Alexander Graham Bell Elementary School. With more than 12 years teaching in Chicago Public Schools, Ms. Poczik has been working with Climb to Safety’s financial literacy program since 2015.
To recognize Financial Literacy Month, Forum spoke to Principal Teresa Chrobak-Prince at Phoebe A. Hearst Fine Arts Magnet School. An educator with Chicago Public Schools for more than 25 years, Principal Chrobak-Prince’s leadership philosophy is based on a commitment to student-centered learning.
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