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The November 2021 issue of Page One Economics® explains how a higher mandated wage may lead some firms to substitute capital for labor.
FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) Challenge, a classroom application of the Fed Challenge competition, is designed to be a project-based capstone experience completed by students at the conclusion of their Advanced Placement® Macroeconomics course.
These classroom-ready dashboards show how FRED gives students the latest insights into real world data related to employment, earnings, and education.
Lesson plans for teaching with FRED maps includes instructional guides, lesson plans and activities with FRED, the St. Louis Fed's data service.
Lessons in the Data Literacy Series can be used by university and school faculty and staff to teach students how to reliably identify, interpret, and communicate data.
Students learn how to determine the authority of an information source. They examine different sources of information that all use the same dataset. Students define each source’s type of authority and recognize the context in which the data are being used
FRED® Blog Reading Q&As are based on posts from the FRED Blog. Each short reading offers an economic insight based on a FRED graph and includes multiple-choice questions on information literacy, numeracy and economic analysis skills.
During the recent economic downturn, one of the more difficult tasks for parents is explaining their financial situation to children. These trying financial times can be a segue to help children become more financially literate.
Check out the Atlanta Fed's videos on our YouTube Channel!
Read commentary on economic topics including monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial issues and SE regional trends.