- College 101 Infographic Activity
- Financial Services Infographic Activity
- Job Interview Lesson
- Cuba and Trade Lesson
- Understanding Monetary Policy and Interest Rates
- New Richmond Fed Infographic Activity
- Price Stability Infographic Activity
- Maximum Employment Infographic Activity
- A Student Webcast: Meet Raphael Bostic
- A Soccer Resource Market Simulation
- The Southeastern Soccer Economy
- Lesson about Minimum Wage
- Webinar Series: Maximum Employment Matters
- Opportunity Occupations Activity
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Activity to Accompany St. Louis Fed College 101 Infographic
10/11/2017 - Are your students ready for college and career exploration? Try this fun, classroom-ready way to explore the College 101 infographic.
Activity to Accompany the Alternative Financial Services Infographic
10/11/2017 - What are the advantages and disadvantages of different financial service providers? Use this activity to get your students thinking smart about finance.
The Job Interview: Preparing for Common Questions
10/03/2017 - Looking to enhance your students' soft skills and help them land a job? Try this lesson on preparing for common interview questions!
Cuba and Trade: A Sixth District Connection
10/03/2017 - Did you know the Federal Reserve's Sixth District has a connection to Cuba? Explore this little-known relationship with a new article and activity for middle-school students.
How Does the Fed Seek to Influence Interest Rates?
08/24/2017 - Did you know interest on reserves is today's most effective monetary policy tool? These classroom-ready questions accompany an Economy Matters article explaining this powerful tool.
Your Connection to the Economy and the Fed Infographic Activity
08/17/2017 - Make the Fed more relevant to your students' lives with an activity using the Richmond Fed's infographic, Your Connection to the Economy and the Federal Reserve.
Price Stability Infographic Activity
08/14/2017 - How does the Fed measure price level changes? A new infographic activity provides answers for your students.
An Activity to Accompany the Maximum Employment Infographic
08/10/2017 - How does the Federal Reserve measure the health of the U.S. labor market? This activity helps your students learn all about labor market statistics.
Welcoming the Atlanta Fed's New President: a Webcast for Students
08/02/2017 - The Atlanta Fed's new president, Raphael Bostic, will address students in an upcoming webcast about careers in economics. Register your class now.
Forces of Supply and Demand in a Soccer Player Market
07/27/2017 - Do your students love soccer? Do they follow players from the European club teams? If so, engage them with this interactive market simulation for soccer players in the European market.
The Southeastern Soccer Economy
07/27/2017 - Does the arrival of Major League Soccer in the Southeast herald a new era in sports? Examine the business of soccer in the region and beyond.
Who Works for Minimum Wage?
07/19/2017 - Do your students have questions about the debate over the minimum wage? Give them insight into the economics of price floors by using this interactive lesson.
Maximum Employment Matters: Industries and Careers of the Southeastern Economy
07/19/2017 - Get the scoop on careers in energy, economics, and financial services with the Atlanta Fed's Maximum Employment Matters fall webinar series. This article has all the details!
Opportunity Occupations Infographic Activity
07/12/2017 - What jobs pay more than the national median wage but don't require a bachelor's degree? Help students explore our Community and Economic Development team's Opportunity Occupations infographic for answers.