JA Alignment with Educational Standards

“The quality of programs directly connects to and enhances our essential curriculum. Teachers not only embraced the program, they immediately asked to expand its use. This is a testament to the quality of the product, as well as the teacher-friendly materials and training.”
—School System Administrator

Financial Education Public Private Partnership (FEPPP)

In an effort to better prepare students for the future, Washington state has adopted new educational standards involving financial literacy. Junior Achievement of Washington has been empowering students to own their economic success for over 60 years, and is poised to become the leader in fulfilling these standards. JA teaches important lessons meeting all six of Washington’s competency standards as outlined by the new initiative:


Learn more and partner with Junior Achievement: FEPPP Educational Standards-JA Partnership.

​Common Core. Uncommonly Simple.

For nearly a century, JA has been preparing students for college and a rapidly changing workplace. JA continues this commitment by aligning and correlating our programs with Washington’s College and Career-Ready Standards, as well as the state requirements for financial literacy education.
Learn More: JA Program Correlations to National and State Standards

Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy

Junior Achievement is a Jump$tart National Partner. As a coalition, Jump$tart brings together organizations that share a commitment to advancing financial literacy among pre-school through college-age youth, educating them for life-long financial success.
Learn more: Jump$tart Personal Finance Standards