(Las Vegas, NV) — Clark County School District students are planning for their futures.
EverFi, a leading education technology company has developed a web-based program that will help students learn about finance through a series of interactive methods.
Executive Vice-President Mike Fee explains how the system works. “They are basically building a virtual financial future for themselves and are getting points depending on how they respond to different situations that arise and the decisons they make.”
The company uses the latest technology, including rich media, high-definition video, simulation, diagrams, and avatars to connect with the students.
In Clark County there are over 3,000 students in 14 high schools involved with the system. The program is made possible through EverFi and it’s partnership with CitiBank and the United Way of Southern Nevada. There is no cost to the Clark County School District.