The Fed Experience is an interactive museum that lets visitors explore their connection to the economy. The museum is free and open to the public.
The Richmond Fed is dedicated to providing teachers with quality materials to teach economics.
Metro-Richmond and Baltimore high school teachers with a passion for teaching economics and personal finance support the Bank’s development and delivery of economic and financial education resources and programs.
These K-12 lesson plans, activities and publications are correlated with national and state teaching standards. For more resources visit FederalReserveEducation.org
Student workbooks, booklets, electronic publications and more are available from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for educating K-12 students about economics and the Federal Reserve System.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and its partners host workshops and staff development sessions for teachers. Many of these events are free of charge. Staff development credit is generally offered for workshops.
Schedule a visit to the Richmond Fed or request a Fed Ambassador speaker for your classroom.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond sponsors academic competitions for high school and college students in the Fifth District.
The Fed Experience
Check out our interactive, online resource to help students plan for one of the biggest decisions they’ll face - what path to pursue after high school. Lessons 1 and 2 now available.
Are you teaching Virginia’s high school economics and personal finance course? Teaching Money Virginia was created to help you find quality resources.