No Easy Answers aims to improve young adults’ long-term financial literacy and decision-making by taking a unique, inquiry-based approach to personal finance. This curriculum includes 10 case studies. In each case study, students are provided with a
Tinker v. Des Moines is a critical U.S. Supreme Court case protecting students' rights to free speech, but most students do not know what it was all about -- or what kinds of speech are protected. In this lesson, students read primary source
English Language Arts, Social Studies - History, Government
In this lesson, students learn about sleep, sleep cycles and the purpose of sleep through a collaborative inquiry and the production of a Public Service Announcement (PSA) or poster. Students collect class data through sleep diaries and sleepiness
Students and teachers have starkly different views when it comes to the value of smartphones in the classroom. In this lesson, students get to explore "multi-tasking" and the power of distraction through a class experiment, online research, and a
Cities around the U.S. are increasing their minimum wages, and several states are considering the same. Should minimum wage be raised? This inquiry lesson guides students to research. discuss and reach their own conclusions on this current issue.
No Easy Answers is a case study-based personal finance curriculum. Students work in teams to analyze 10 realistic, engaging case studies, which progress from choosing courses and activities for a high school junior to buying a car, choosing a