Helpful Links for High School Educators

  • AICPA Accounting Education Center – The Accounting Education Center was created and is maintained by the AICPA (American Institute of Certified of Public Accountants) Academic and Career Development Team. It is committed to providing educators with the resources to enhance the accounting and business curriculum and to prepare students to become valued and trusted members of the CPA profession.  
  • - This interative site, produced by the AICPA for high school and college students to learn more about the CPA profession, includes a full glossary and games.
  • Me, Myself, My Money - Access CTCPA's free financial literacy lesson plans for high school students - get the materials and request a CPA to come to your classroom!
  • Robert Half International - Get free resources from Robert Half International and Accountemps, including the latest salary guide, Glossary of Job Descriptions in Accounting and Finance, and How to Get Ahead in Accounting and Finance.
  • Connecticut State Department of Education - This link takes you directly into the Business and Finance Technology content area.
  • – provides personal finance materials and also links to the “Personal Finance Clearinghouse” database of personal finance resources from a variety of education providers.
  • Junior Achievement  – The site offers programs and curriculum materials for students in the area of business and economics.
  • Wall Street Journal – Classroom Edition
  • National Endowment for Financial Education – This site includes education programs and collaborative program information.
  • Stock Market Game –  This site explains the “Stock Market Game” and provides a virtual tour for teachers.
  • Lesson Planet - Access more than 35,000 lesson plans on this site.
  • How Stuff Works - This entertaining site that explains how stuff works - including "Money Stuff"!
  • Entrepreneurship Lessons for Students - Norwich University Online offers some great resources for budding entrepreneurs.