St. John's University is one of America's leading Catholic
universities – recognized for its superb academic programs, diverse
student life, BIG EAST excitement and New York vitality. Founded in
1870 by the Vincentian Community, St. John's is known for giving
students the knowledge, skills and confidence to serve others while
achieving personal and professional success. Graduates become
leaders in their professions, their communities and the world. With
three friendly, residential
campuses in New York, St. John’s is the perfect choice for an
affordable, high-quality private education. Our campus community is
diverse and supportive. Our singular approach to education academic study,
service opportunities and
real-world experience with one of the most far-sighted global studies
programs of its kind. Established in 1908, St. John’s University’s
School of Education was the second in New York State to award
graduate degrees to teachers. The School of Education at St.
John’s University prepares students for professional teaching and
administrative positions at all levels of education bringing the
values inherent in social justice, human rights and dignity to your
program of study.
About the National Center for Teaching
St. John’s University’s National Center for Teaching Financial
Literacy is planned to be expanded so it is “Scalable and
Available” for academic institutions to utilize nationwide.
The project will apply visual tools and brain-based strategies
supported by data for Innovative Thinking that can deliver
financial literacy education to the students in our schools across
subjects and grade levels.
Behavioral Objectives, as demonstrated by improved decision making,
can be brought to scale, preparing students and helping the
financial health of our families, communities, and nation!