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Your free, one-stop shop for financial literacy.

Meet Greenlight for Classrooms — a web-based library built for teachers by financial education experts to align with K-12 standards.

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Strengthen learning with high-quality content.

Engage your students through 100+ animated videos, accompanied by quizzes, activities, discussion topics, and teacher guides. Each lesson is tailored by state and grade level covering topics like earning, spending, saving, investing, and more. 

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The reviews are in.

“I love Greenlight’s financial literacy product because it’s created with students and teachers in mind. The videos are engaging, and come with multiple-choice, true/false, and scenario-based questions to get students thinking about financial literacy.” — Chi T., Instructional Technology Specialist, Henry County Schools

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Let’s bridge the gap — together.

Teens average below-passing grades on the National Financial Literacy Test. We to help change that. Our learning materials are aimed at multiple intelligences to make financial literacy enjoyable and effective for everyone.

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Made with a mission in mind.

Greenlight is on a mission to raise financially-smart kids — with a banking app¹ and financial literacy game trusted by 6+ million parents and kids.

Now, we’re partnering with educators to build a curriculum that meets teachers’ needs and educational outcomes.

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