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Thank a teacher this week!

It’s Education Week in Nova Scotia! Celebrated since 1935, Education Week honours teachers and education partners’ commitment to their students and subjects. Join us in celebrating and thanking all the teachers and educators out there sharing knowledge and inspiring minds. The Nova Scotia Securities Commission provides free resources and classroom presentations for teachers looking to bring financial literacy and investor education in their classrooms. Check out and share our Live Stock Adventure kit and Make it Count teacher resource guide. Related posts:Live “Stock” Adventure – New program for teachers The Live “Stock” Adventure is a fun and educational…Make it Count: A parent and teacher’s guide to financial education There is a need in Nova Scotia for family-friendly resources…Students: Win an iPad or $2000 in the Financial Fitness Challenge Young Nova Scotians are invited to take part in the…Teach Children to Save Today is “Teach Children to Save Day” in the United…The holiday season – a lesson in money management It’s Christmas vacation, the kids are home from school and…Tagged as: children, education, teachers Share & Bookmark This Story! Bookmark on Delicious StumbleUpon Google BookmarksTip’d

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