Vetted: The curriculum has been reviewed by qualified professionals to ensure the material is well-designed and presented without bias. For more information, check out the Jump$tart Clearinghouse Criteria.
Correlated: Having a curriculum correlated to Standards means that lessons correspond to specific sections of the standards, with lessons accomplishing the very specific goals outlined in the standards. For middle and high school courses, this more stringent level of adherence to standards results in more effective financial education.
Aligned: Having a curriculum aligned with standards means that it is consistent with the standards. For elementary school education, this level of adherence is both more practical and sufficient.