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NYIB: CUs Educated 400,097 Students In 2012-13 School Year
TAMPA, Fla. (8/22/13)--Credit union financial educators reached 400,097 students in 12,243 classrooms presentations during the 2012 school year, according to the National Youth Involvement Board.

The totals are decrease in both the number of students reached and the number of presentations from 2011-2012; however, fewer presenters reported, which means that the average number of presentations and students reached per presenter increased.
 
NYIB also noted these highlights:
  • Arissa Arthenayake of OSU FCU, Corvallis, Ore., conducted the most classroom presentations (607).
  • Michigan was the state with the most presentations with 2,181.
  • Juli Lewis of Suncoast Schools FCU, Tampa, Fla., reached the most students (11,408) in the 2012-2013 reporting year.
  • As a state, North Carolina reached the most students (56,308).
In addition, NYIB recognized credit unions that report financial literacy presentations as a group. State Employees' CU, Raleigh, N.C., reached the most students--55,662--and also made the most presentations--815.
 
Credit unions can report their presentations at NYIB's website. Use the link.
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