Connections to Other Resources
Center, Colorado Department of Education
Resources for trainings, leadership and advocacy opportunities as
well as a multitude of other resources for parents and families of
students with exceptional learning needs.
Education Director's Corner
Online directory designed for Colorado Special Education Directors
as a quick-reference guide for finding documents and other
A guide for professionals serving youth with educational and
career development challenges from the National Collaborative on
Workforce & Disability for Youth.
The Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC) has
developed a new national strategy to promote financial literacy and
education. "Promoting Financial Success in the
Unites States" articulates a
vision of sustained financial well-being for individuals and
families in our nation.
National Training for Counselors and
Mentors is available from the National
Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).
The National Endowment for Financial
Education® (NEFE) is a
non-profit 501(c)(3) foundation dedicated to helping all Americans
acquire the information and gain the skills necessary to take
control of their personal finances.
Colorado Council for Economic
Education exists to
promote and improve economic literacy in Colorado's schools through
enhancing the knowledge of teachers.
Colorado Association of Financial Aid
Administrators (CAFAA) is a
primary source in Colorado for information and guidance regarding
financing student higher education.
Colorado Commission on Higher
Education provides access
to financial aid policy and budget parameters.
The Colorado Jump$tart
Coalition is a nonprofit
organization with more than 25 organizations and individuals
representing business, government and education throughout the
state of Colorado joined together to improve the personal financial
literacy of Colorado youth.
Young American Center for Financial
Education is home to
Young Americans Bank and an array of award-winning nonprofit
programs, all designed to teach young people 21 and under about
finance, economics and business.