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Who We Are & How We Fulfill Our Group Mission
What is the Economic Advisory Group?
We are a group consisting of several affluent and influential young adults with a mission to shape Financial Education Reform for our generations and future generations to come.
How does the Economic Advisory Group shape Financial Education Reform?
We have created our Financial Umbrella Program as our primary tool to shape Financial Education Reform.
Our program is universally pellucid & pragmatic.
In addition to this, within our federal legal limits dictated by the Internal Revenue Service, the Economic Advisory Group influences political outcomes and policies for the benefit of public education.
How does the Financial Umbrella Program work?
Step 1. We invite school districts in Washington State to apply to receive Teacher Enrichment Funding by participating in our FUP program.
Step 2. We have selected a school district to award Teacher Enrichment Funding through our Financial Umbrella Program.
Step 3. We will develop a Memorandum of Understanding with the selected school district governing our Teacher Enrichment Funding through our Financial Umbrella Program.
Step 4. We work with the district to select 1 or more high schools with the objective to select their teachers' 12th-grade core finance educators for their Teacher Enrichment Program participation.
Step 5. We tailor, schedule & fund our 4 phase Teacher Enrichment Program led by the Council for Economic Education.
What is your typical Memorandum of Understanding governing?
Our Teacher Enrichment Program Funding Financial Umbrella Program Memorandum of Understanding governs the following:
Outlined in our Memorandum of understanding, we supply specific funding to individual school/districts for substitute teachers to fill-in for participating educators during our scheduled Teacher Enrichment Program phases.
Outlined in our memorandum of understanding, we supply specific funding to the school/district which enables them to sufficiently compensate the educators that are participating within our teacher enrichment programs.
Our funding ensures that the participating educators do not have to use paid sick leave or their vacation days while participating in the Teacher Enrichment Program.
Historically, depending on the educator's contract or individual situation, they’re traditionally subjected to use their own sick days, personal funds, or vacation days in order to participate in teacher enrichment programs. We’re relieving participants of that burden.
Outlined in our Memorandum of Understanding, we supply dedicated funding that covers existing pre & post-participation assessment solutions provided through the Council for Economic Education or a third-party of the school district's choice. All expenses are covered under our FUP program.
Outlined in our Memorandum of Understanding, we provide dedicated funding to the school districts for collecting their own assessment data of the participating educators' pre-participation & post participation in the teacher enrichment program. The pre-participation & post participation assessment data collection also governs student data who were taught by the participating Teacher Enrichment Program educators.
As you’re aware, many school districts simply do not have the funding or resources to procure their own data for quality used at the legislative level.
Outlined in our memorandum of understanding, we provide dedicated funding to the school districts to supply sufficient master teachers books and student books based on the curriculum & lesson planning based training they will receive through the Teacher Enrichment Program.
Outlined in our Memorandum of Understanding, we supply dedicated funding to the school districts to modify and implement easy access links to online resources provided by Jump$tart Coalitions Clearinghouse website.
In conclusion, by deploying our Teacher Enrichment Program through our Financial Umbrella Program, we enable school districts to collect critical data internally for the purposes of lobbying for the funds required to self sufficiently keep these programs sustained overtime without third-party assistance.
Once school districts are capable of self-sufficient sustainable deployment of these programs, a contemporaneous catalyst shift within financial education reform will rise forth based upon its new foundation.
A new generation directed at the policy of financial education will rise, which bears the unique integrity of a reform tailored to each individual district and school profile.
Thus achieving maximum efficiency within teacher enrichment and student enrichment.
We aim to fight for the benefit of public education.
Join us in our mission to help shape Financial Education Reform!