Enabling even more students to access the benefits of our Financial Literacy curriculum
We are committed to making $martPath truly inclusive to bring financial and economic education to as many students as we can. In the United States alone, nearly 43 million people speak Spanish as their first language. To meet the needs of students who may still be learning
English, we translated many of the student-facing portions of $martPath into Spanish.
To use the Spanish side of $martPath, teachers or parents will need to create an account that can be set to Spanish. Teachers with both English and Spanish-speaking students will want to have two separate accounts, one set to each language. In this video, Center Professional Development Director Emily Schalk shows you how to access the new Spanish features.
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Watch this video to learn how to access Spanish features in $martPath
Bring fun and effective financial literacy curriculum to teachers and students in your area.
How to Set SmartPath to Spanish
To use the Spanish side of $martPath, teachers or parents will need to create an account that can be set to Spanish.
Teachers with both English and Spanish-speaking students will want to have
two separate accounts, one set to each language. You can do that on the account page, where you’ll see a new language toggle that includes “English” and “español”. Click on “español.”
The teacher-facing materials for each level will still be in English.
Students will now find Spanish narrations in lesson content. Assessments are also translated.
One note: In order to access Spanish language homework and activity PDFs inside the $martPath platform, click on the "Tarea" tab or CLICK HERE.
The next stage of our work will be translating all the interactive elements into Spanish as well.
Start Teaching Financial Literacy Confidently
$martPath makes it quick and easy to integrate financial literacy curriculum in your existing K-8 lesson plans.