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Mike Kaiman is a senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed. Mike has an M.A. in history and spent 20 years teaching multiple social studies and economics courses at the high school level. His focus is on AP curriculums and Canvas LMS.
Amanda Geiger is a senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed. Amanda has an M.A. in economics and entrepreneurship. She taught high school for 12 years and was a AP Macroeconomics exam reader and table leader.
This first lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum uses the art of Jacob Lawrence to teach the history and economics behind the early years of the Great Migration.
The second lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum teaches about the Harlem Renaissance, of which Jacob Lawrence was a part, as well as the economic and societal challenges Harlem faced over the years.
This last lesson in the Economics and the Great Migration curriculum studies the practice of redlining, whose impacts on neighborhoods are still felt today over 50 years after its abolishment.
This interactive timeline in our FRASER archive covers significant events in the development of the Fed's monetary policy tools, policies, and communication. The timeline also marks recessionary periods.
The “Economics and the Great Migration” lessons were developed with the goal of teaching the economics behind the Great Migration and the lasting impact the Great Migration had on American society.
Students will develop critical thinking skills through this primary document analysis and develop data literacy skills through FRED® graph analysis.
FRED is the St. Louis Fed's data service, and Tools for Teaching with FRED includes tutorials, instructional guides, lesson plans and other FRED-related activities.
Lesson plans for teaching with FRED includes instructional guides, lesson plans and activities with FRED, the St. Louis Fed's data service.