These organizations provide resources that will aid you in becoming more financial literate.
The Commission promotes financial literacy to all citizens and students in Alabama by providing presentations, free information and access to curricula for financial literacy education.
We produce innovative tools and resources to help consumers like you make informed financial decisions and build financial skills.
The Alabama Jump$tart Coalition is a nonprofit organization established in December 2002 in Alabama to increase financial education in kindergarten through college.
For more than 100 years, the Better Business Bureau has been helping people find businesses, brands, and charities they can trust.
The Alabama State Department of Education has developed Frequently Asked Questions for families with students in grades K-3 regarding the Alabama Literacy Act. The FAQs provide important information about how Alabama’s schools and parents are partnering to address the reading progress of students in grades K-3. A copy of the FAQs will be sent to the ARI contact in each district. Our website also contains other helpful parent resources, which can be found at this link - Parent Resources (alsde.edu).