The Foundation reinstates its grant program to help schools, teacher and students affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Chicago icon and personal financial expert Terry Savage has high praise for The Actuarial Foundation.
Watch the latest Foundation video and get a new perspective on the Foundation's mission and impacts.
The Foundation awarded scholarships to 48 deserving students—the most in any single year!
Local New Jersey newspaper Pascack Valley Community Life spotlights the Foundation's Advancing Student Achievement program at two elementary schools.
Award acknowledges innovation, dedication and a strong commitment to financial literacy education.
Trade group Association Forum's cover story on Building Your Future.
Foundation awards $82,500 to 39 students.
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Snapshot of 2010 survey of teachers who have received Building Your Future.
Actuaries, foundations, and corporations donate sets of Building Your Future financial literacy curriculum to high school classrooms across the country; teachers may still register to receive materials from industry donors.
Curriculum covers essential knowledge and skills needed by teens to live financially healthy lives.
New site adds to Foundation's 15th anniversary.
Watch a compelling video and read testimonials from educators about the impacts the Rebuild Math Classrooms initiative made to the rebuilding efforts of schools along the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina.
Ticonderoga – The next time you’re in need of tax advice, just ask a Ticonderoga Middle School student. More >
One of the hottest after-school clubs at Prairie View Middle School in Sun Prairie these days has nothing to do with sports and everything to do with math. More >
Better brush up on your Venn diagramming: In suburban Sun Prairie, calculus is cool and algebra's awesome. More >
Last year, Gail Green started a new club at Keller Junior High School – GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math and Science). The club, held once a week after school for seventh- and eighth-grade girls, was started with a $250 grant from the Schaumburg Township Elementary School Foundation. More >