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Our partners at the Minnesota Council on Economic Education (MCEE) have introduced an updated K-5 mathematics and economics curriculum. The curriculum offers adaptable lessons that empower teachers to integrate math, economics and personal finance.
The Native Economic and Financial Education Empowerment (NEFEE) program is a Federal Reserve System effort led by the St. Louis Fed to reach a historically underserved population with economic and financial education.
View recordings of the 2022 Women in Economics Symposium.
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.
Welcome, teachers! Here’s how to receive “AP Macroeconomics: Learning with Current Data—FRED® in the AP Macro Answer Key.”
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 “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.
These classroom-ready dashboards show how FRED gives students the latest insights into real world data related to employment, earnings, and education.
Want to learn about the Federal Reserve? Have no fear! In Plain English describes the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve System in an easy-to-understand interactive format.
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.