State Treasurer Murante announces free online financial education resource for students and adults

Lincoln—With Financial Literacy Month beginning in April, and with thousands of Nebraska school children away from school due to the COVID-19 virus, Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante today announced a free, innovative and interactive online resource designed to give Nebraska students access to financial education resources during extended absences from school. Lessons will include topics such as financial readiness, mental wellness, career exploration and character development.

Hosted by the social impact technology leader EVERFI, Digital Lessons for Remote Learning offers kindergarten through 12th grade students interactive, online lessons on the importance of financial literacy. For more information and to get started learning, parents can visit Treasurer Murante’s website, https:// or http:// Questions can also be directed to

“I am pleased to promote these valuable lessons during this time of crisis in our country. Many students are continuing their lessons from home and having EVERFI provide this free resource is a tremendous benefit for students and parents alike,” Murante said. “It is my goal for students to have the access to the best lessons available, both in the near term, but also moving forward into the Summer months.”



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