Jon Alvarado implements his decade+ years of teaching experience to provide a financial literacy course to break barriers for students and families. A recipient of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln College Preparatory Academy Teacher of the year award, Jon has worked with over thousands of diverse students and their families to provide connected instruction in math and financial literacy.
Jon uses his powerful combination of empathy, psychology, and financial literacy skills to teach you to increase your self-worth and net worth. A strong believer that you are a human being, not a spreadsheet. Jon is ready to show you how to tap into your earning potential.
A certified minority enterprise business owner, and winner of the 2023 Small Business Innovation Award, Jon understands the challenges and barriers a lack of money presents mentally, emotionally, and financially. His mission is to educate, empower, and elevate you and your financial literacy skills to increase your self-worth and net worth.
Your students and families will have lifetime access to over 40 lessons designed to help students become college and career ready.
Every lesson is taught. Every activity is taught. Each family will have an easy to access membership area where every lesson is taught for them.
You have a lot of paperwork to manage. Our reports have real time data to track student progress.
Get your students college and career ready with Teach Financial Literacy.
"I'd like to say this course looks fantastic! The level of detail you provide with each lesson is phenomenal. It is evident you have thought of everything - warm ups, powerpoint and video, assignments, exit tickets, etc. I love how every resource is provided as both a pdf and also as editable documents (in either word or PowerPoint format)."
"I am happy to have found financial literacy lessons because my students were asking for lessons on taxes and money issues. I am a math teacher, not an economics teacher, so these lessons provide an outline or framework for me to use plus some activities for my students to do."