MICHIGAN COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION

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$martPath now connected to Michigan State Standards

$martPath is an engaging, interactive and easy-to-use way for elementary and middle school teachers to embed relevant and fun economic and financial education in their classrooms, to boost students' financial literacy.

Made possible by Michigan Credit Unions with funding from 


Now Featuring Racial & Social Justice Guides for each level of $martPath.

Racial & Social Justice Learning Guides


All $martPath units of study:

Are relevant and deliver on state-mandated content standards

Include embedded assessment so you can track and report on student progress

Are fun, simple-to-run and quick so they fit into your teaching program

Are high-quality, interactive and engaging


Developed by leading practitioners working hand-in-hand with teachers, $martPath provides simple, fun lessons that bring economic and financial education to life in your classroom. $martPath units teach students about personal financial responsibility (such as saving, prudent spending, and prioritizing needs and wants) through grade-appropriate, curriculum-aligned, interactive lessons.

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Contact Information:
Michigan Council on Economic Education
12642 Beresford Dr.
Sterling Heights, MI 48313

derek@michiganecon.org
Office: 248.939.4995


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