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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.
Please join Federal Reserve Education (FRE) as we celebrate Economic Education Month with a free webinar that will explore all things related to GDP (Gross Domestic Product) and will feature a presentation and Q&A on the history of GDP by Federal Reserve historian, Jonathan Rose.
Both new and seasoned AP Economics instructors are invited to this popular summer event. We’re tailoring it for a hybrid environment and hosting a limited number of educators in-person while others can attend virtually.
Eva Johnston is a senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed. Eva has National Board Certification and an M.A. in education. She had a 28-year career teaching high school economics, government and history.
Scott Wolla is a research officer at the St. Louis Fed. He has a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction and an M.A. in economic education. Scott is a nationally recognized, award-winning economics educator with 14 years of classroom teaching experience.
Andria Matzenbacher is an economic education coordinator at the St. Louis Fed. Andria's favorite resources are listed below.
Andrea Caceres- Santamaria is a senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed. Andrea's favorite resources are listed below.
Katrina Stierholz is Vice President and Director of Library and Research Information Services. Katrina's favorite resources are listed below.
Jeannette Bennett is the senior economic education specialist at the Memphis Branch of the St. Louis Fed. Jeannette's favorite resources are listed below.
Supply and demand are among the most fundamental concepts in economics. An understanding of these topics helps explain the economic world in which we live.