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Wed., March 9, 2022

ECONnections: Free Tools for Teaching: Resources for Financial Literacy Month

Join education specialists from the Federal Reserve banks of Cleveland, Philadelphia and St. Louis to learn about and access free lesson plans, publications, infographics and digital resources.

The Cleveland Fed will feature a variety of online financial literacy games and curriculum developed to teach about saving, spending, budgeting, investing and more.

Specialists from the Philadelphia Fed will describe their time-tested "Keys to Financial Success," a complete course plan for teaching personal finance to high school students.

In addition, Philadelphia specialists will share the latest from the U.S. Currency Education Program, "Cash Codebreakers," a free, interactive math game for middle schoolers. They solve algebra problems and learn about U.S. currency security features to escape the money museum!

St. Louis Fed specialists will highlight the Bank's latest online resources, including for K–16 students.

Contact Kris Bertelsen at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis for any questions about this event.


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Who Should Attend

K–12 educators

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