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This publication examines the financial and personal factors to consider along the trail and provides tools to help you decide how to put down stakes.
Have you ever wondered why the Federal Reserve matters to you? This infographic guides you through your role in the economy, the Federal Reserve's role in the economy, and the ways the Federal Reserve connects to your daily life.
An interactive resource that helps high school students navigate their first major financial decision – what path to pursue after high school.
A budgeting game for middle and high school students. Students select a lifestyle and budget for expenses and unexpected events.
Why do credit reports exist? Where can I find my credit report? What should I do if I encounter an error on my credit report? The first issue of 5E Navigator directs readers to their credit report and provides a road map for resolving credit report errors. It also explains the economics underlying credit reports and the function they serve in helping credit markets function more effectively.
How are student loans different from other types of loans? Where can I find information to help manage repayment? This publication takes readers on a voyage exploring student loans.
This publication rockets readers on a journey exploring the decision to pursue higher education. Inside, you'll find information to help you evaluate your education options and the potential returns, plus tips to prepare for the path you choose.
This lesson presents a history of Federal Reserve events and milestones from 1907 to 1935. Defining events are highlighted by a readers' theater to help students better understand the time period. After each readers' theater scene, students write key information in a Centennial Journal to track the events and their historical impact. Students then complete a handout requiring them to explain the Federal Reserve's role in the key events during this period and how the Federal Reserve has changed over time. Student learning is assessed by their completion of an essay on the Federal Reserve System's ability to promote stable prices and economic growth over time.
Through an interactive card sort and human timeline activity, students explore how key events, legislation, innovations, and technology led to changes and/or efficiencies in the Federal Reserve System and U.S. banking system from 1945 through 1989. This lesson highlights both consistency and change over time and is designed as a supplemental resource for students with a basic knowledge of the roles and functions of the Federal Reserve System.
My Money is an educational workbook for students in K-2. Lessons include: What is Money?, Money Equivalents, and Jobs, Money, Goods and Services. Includes a teacher's guide. Also available in Spanish.