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Discuss the challenges and lessons learned shared by black female entrepreneurs through these videos accompanied by multiple-choice and open-ended questions.
This lesson will introduce students to health care practices and services, as well as healthcare professions, including differences across geographic regions and income levels. Students will work collaboratively to craft a health care plan.
In this lesson, students listen to a story about a boy who wants a certain pair of shoes because his classmates have them. They learn that their tastes and preferences affect shopping decisions.
This series of questions is designed to accompany the Kansas City Fed's video series on Opportunity Occupations, and is designed for both a 6-8 and 9-12 with a student and teacher version that contains suggested answers.
Discover the latest research on the quality of jobs in the labor market, as well as data about skills needed for “good jobs” and higher-paying career paths. We will investigate workforce equity, as well as new classroom materials tied to entrepreneurship, rising college costs, careers in children’s literature, and businesses linked to Negro Leagues baseball.
Examine the role of digital currency and how its growth has impacted the payments industry. We will also explore data behind cryptocurrency, the relationship between payments and economic and banking conditions, and new lessons for the classroom related to crypto, 21st Century banking, and digital currency usage amongst diverse populations.
Based on a children's book, this lesson highlights Spanish-language and Hispanic culture, as well as immigration, through a story about a little girl who recognizes the businesses and types of jobs in her community and how they have changed.
This lesson, based on a children's story, will introduce students to productive resources related to certain jobs and how human capital helps workers perform their jobs.
Students are introduced to the roles of entrepreneur and investor in the context of starting a business through the book, Isabel’s Car Wash. After discussing the story, students are divided into entrepreneur and investor groups for a business start-up.
An interview with the CEO and President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Esther George, about her career journey and experiences.