- Interview with Economist Myriam Quispe-Agnoli
- Salsa Beats Ketchup
- Personal Finance Trends: Unbanked and Underbanked
- Lesson Plan: Hispanic-Owned Businesses
- Found in Translation
- Fall Conference Presentations
- Financial Education Day 2014
- Economics through Sports
- Women's Equality Day
- A Woman's World Too
- Gender Differences
- Financial Empowerment for Women
- The Fed Explains the Payments System
- Take a Virtual Museum Tour
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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage month (September 15–October 15), this article highlights the economic contributions of Hispanic-Americans in the U.S. economy.
Salsa Sensation Highlights Economic Success
From Seinfeld to the Census, This article explores how salsa replaced ketchup as the number one U.S. condiment.
Personal Finance Trends: The Unbanked and Underbanked
Using FDIC survey data, this article highlights statistics about the American unbanked and underbanked population. The article also provides tools and resources for education on this important topic.
Effects of Hispanic-Owned Businesses on Markets: Shifting Supply and Demand
Build your awareness of top Hispanic-owned businesses in the Southeast. This lesson uses the stories of entrepreneurs with Hispanic heritage as the basis for this supply and demand activity.
Found in Translation
Looking for Personal Finance articles written in Spanish? This issue has your solution! Articles in both English and Spanish are available on topics such as credit, college costs, and health care employment.
Conferences Related to Hispanic Heritage
Would you like to explore economics and personal finance face to face? Here is a list of fall conference presentations by Atlanta Fed staff.
Financial Education Day 2014
The Atlanta Fed announces the dates for their annual Financial Education Day. Here you will find all the information you need to attend one of these exciting programs.
Econ Ed Staff Teaches Economics through Sports
The topic of sports is an exciting way to study economics. This article highlights a new workshop on the Economics of Sports offered by the Georgia Council on Economic Education and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Federal Reserve Lessons Connecting Women and Economics
Women's Equality Day on August 26th is a great opportunity to highlight women's economic issues. This article provides data and lesson suggestions for your classroom.
Economics and Finance Are Women's Worlds, Too
On February 3, 2014, Janet Yellen was sworn in as the Chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. This article spotlights the first woman to chair the Fed.
Personal Finance Trends: Does Gender Matter?
Do men and women have different ways of managing their personal finances? This article looks at some research and offers some teaching resources.
Empowering Women through Financial Literacy: Realities and Resources
Learn how financial literacy can empower women. We explore myths, realities, and resources for women's financial empowerment.
The Fed Explains the Payments System
Like a circulatory system for the economy, the U.S. payments system facilitates the flow of money between buyers and sellers. This article highlights the new Fed Explained video on the payments system.
New Teaching Resources Coming Soon
Earlier this summer, the New Orleans Branch of the Atlanta Fed rolled out an online virtual tour of its Museum of Trade, Finance, and the Fed. We will soon be offering new classroom tools, such as a scavenger hunt, for teachers to use in conjunction with the virtual tour. Read details about the museum, or take the tour.