SECOND ANNUAL FINANCIAL EDUCATION AND CAPABILITY AWARDS ANNOUNCED BY NONPROFIT MARYLAND CASH CAMPAIGN, MARYLAND COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION AND THE MARYLAND STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Awards highlight financial education achievements of
public school teachers and Community Champions statewide
Annapolis, Maryland. The nonprofit Maryland CASH (Creating Assets, Savings, and Hope) Campaign, Maryland Council on Economic Education (MCEE), and the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) are pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Financial Education and Capability Awards. Awards will be highlighted during the regular 8pm session of the Maryland General Assembly on March 30, 2015 in Annapolis.
The Financial Education and Capability Awards Program highlights the dedication and success of public school teachers and community champions who deliver financial education. Financial education focuses on a range of financial management concepts and behaviors including budgeting, careers and income, credit, savings, financial decision-making, and understanding values and habits about money.
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2015 Financial Education and Capability Award Winners:
• Florence Falatko, 5th Grade Teacher, Cromwell Valley Elementary School (Baltimore County), Elementary School Teacher Award
• Cheryl Crow, 8th Grade Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Specialist, Severna Park Middle School (Anne Arundel County), Middle School Teacher Award
• Susan Baudoin, Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher, Parkdale High School (Prince Georges County), High School Teacher Award
• Steven Fennington, Vice President of Business Development, Frederick County Bank, Community Champion Award