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Eva Johnston is a senior economic education specialist at the St. Louis Fed. Eva has National Board Certification and an M.A. in education. She had a 28-year career teaching high school economics, government and history.
Andria Matzenbacher is an economic education coordinator at the St. Louis Fed. Andria's favorite resources are listed below.
Katrina Stierholz is Vice President and Director of Library and Research Information Services. Katrina's favorite resources are listed below.
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.
Using Learning Centers to Enhance Economics and Personal Finance Instruction in the PreK-K Classroom
Learning centers offer opportunities for children to engage in independent and self-directed learning, often through play. These PreK-K learning center activities complement learning about goods, consumers, producers, choices, and saving.
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.
The Federal Reserve has changed the way it implements monetary policy. As educators update their teaching methods and resources, they will likely have questions. This resource is intended to provide educators with answers to key questions.
The resources below can be used with high school students and young adults to help them understand and manage their paychecks and income. Teachers can use the resources for employees as reading materials.