Webinar: Employment, Unemployment, and the Federal Reserve

From our friends at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Employment, Unemployment, and the Federal Reserve Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019 3:30–4:30 p.m. CT 4:30–5:30 p.m. ET Location: Your computer Join us for the next Econ Lowdown webinar to hear about classroom resources that you can use to teach about employment, unemployment, and the Federal Reserve. Topics include: …

Evaluating the Impact of Your Social Media Outreach Efforts

Many business educators are using social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, in a professional capacity. For example, they are using course-specific hashtags, sharing online resources, participating in Twitter chats for teachers, posting materials for students and/or parents, and obtaining real-time professional development from the individuals and organizations that they like or follow. This …

Teaching Students Financial Literacy Skills is Too Smart a Solution to Ignore, Part 2

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Teaching Students Financial Literacy Skills is Too Smart a Solution to Ignore, Part 1

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Massachusetts Needs Financial Literacy Education Legislation Now: S. 2374

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