Someone just reminded me of Visa's Practical Money Skills for Life site. They're doing to some great work there, and anyone looking for some free financial literacy resources could spend a lot of time reading their articles and downloading materials.
In particular, they have a lot of resources for parents and teachers, so if you're looking for ways to teach your kids about personal finance, give them a look.
(In a side note, the poll they have currently on their home page asks "Who should manage financial literacy mandates," and fails to offer "none of the above" as a choice. Looks like it's inevitable that taxpayers will pick up the tab for this. I'm sure the creditors appreciate that.).