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This Federal Reserve Education event in the Discussing Race and Inequality in the Classroom series invited industry experts and well-known researchers and economists to share their views on how racial inequality impacts economic mobility and opportunity.
In this lesson, students will examine primary source documents and non-fictional reading about the history and unique role of the first Black-owned and operated financial institutions in the U.S., also called Minority Depository Institutions (MDIs).
Resources for Teaching Money and Banking in High School Classrooms - Classroom ECONnections from the Fed, Episode 2
High school educators who teach about money and banking in economics, U.S. history or AP U.S. history courses will find this Classroom ECONnections with the Fed webinar useful. This webinar suggests key resources from the Federal Reserve System. Economic education experts point educators to a variety of materials—including printed lessons, publications, videos and online courses—to enhance instruction and better engage students.
Students are introduced to the Federal Reserve's Beige Book and how this report assesses economic conditions in the U.S. by looking at changes in different economic sectors. Sector descriptions and discussion questions to apply information to students' everyday lives are included.
This article reviews the different investment options for youth, including savings accounts, certificates of deposit, saving bonds, 529 savings plans and stocks. An investment word match activity is included.
TEN magazine is a quarterly publication that highlights the Kansas City Fed's research and practices through the experiences of everyday people from around the region.
This guide suggests resources for bankers to use in presenting financial concepts to elementary, middle and high school students. The guide includes lesson plans, role plays, activities and Traveling Trunk materials.
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This infographic introduces students to the factors they should consider when choosing banking services.
Project-based learning involves activities designed to interest and motivate students as they learn.