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Federal Reserve Education will host a virtual learning experience for educators nationwide focused on the current economy and the steps involved in conducting monetary policy.
Kick off Economic Education Month with Federal Reserve Education (FRE). Join FRE for a complimentary breakfast and engaging, hands-on activities to learn about resources and strategies to teach economic-related concepts. Don’t miss out on door prizes, fun giveaways, and free classroom resources for K-16 educators!
An interview with the CEO and President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Esther George, about her career journey and experiences.
An interview with local leaders sharing their career experiences and lessons learned on their road to leadership.
Learn practical tips for building leadership skills and developing career competencies.
Help students evaluate jobs in a variety of fields, some that require 4 years of college and comparable positions that don't with this infographic.
This article introduces teens to prepaid cards and discusses ways to compare card features and fees. An activity to evaluate card options is included.
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.
Engage your students on the topics of race and inequality. Hear from economists with years of teaching experience and research sharing strategies for discussing race in the economics classroom, whether at the high school or college level.
Wage growth for workers in the United States has accelerated gradually and a few industries are responsible for the increase.