News agency profiles FREDcast, Econ Lowdown
An Agence France-Presse (AFP) feature about the St. Louis Fed’s forecasting game FREDcast quoted Mary Suiter, economic education officer at the St. Louis Fed, on Feb. 18, 2017. Read the article: Fantasy league aims to lure U.S. students to economics.
WalletHub features Suiter in Ask the Experts
Mary Suiter gave straight answers about 0 percent interest credit cards for the personal finance website WalletHub. Read all about it in Ask the Experts.
FREDcast featured in Post-Dispatch
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s David Nicklaus wrote Jan. 27, 2017, about the St. Louis Fed’s FREDcast, a forecasting game for students, teachers and anyone else interested in forecasting key economic indicators. Read the article: St. Louis Fed launches new forecasting game.
Former student board member featured in St. Louis American
Arlington Foster, a former member of the St. Louis Fed’s student board of directors, was featured in a Jan. 26, 2017, article in the St. Louis American. Read the article: Student board service at Fed leads to interest in business, applications accepted through Feb. 17.
Bloomberg features Page One Economics, Wolla
A Bloomberg Markets preview of Chair Janet Yellen’s Teacher Town Hall featured Econ Lowdown’s Page One Economics publication and Scott Wolla, senior economic education specialist. Read the Jan. 10, 2017, article: Ahead of Yellen’s Teacher Town Hall, a Look at Education Economics.
Little Rock business publication interviews Bertelsen
Kris Bertelsen, economic education specialist at the Little Rock Branch of the St. Louis Fed, highlighted the Conversation with the Chair event in a December interview with Talk Business & Politics. Read the article: Little Rock event allows teachers to listen to Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch column features Suiter, Econ Lowdown
Mary Suiter, economic education officer at the St. Louis Fed, was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Jim Gallagher and featured in his column Sept. 4, 2016. Read the article Lessons from a cheapskate dad.
Suiter, Econ Lowdown featured in St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Economic Education Officer Mary Suiter and her department's Parent Q&A Resources were featured in the STL Moms & Dads section of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday, June 21, 2016. Read the article Bank on a good story to learn about finance.
Financial Literacy Op-eds Published in Local Newspapers
To recognize April as Financial Literacy Month, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis vice presidents wrote op-eds to draw attention to the importance of teaching children about economics and personal finance. Read:
Econ Lowdown Featured in St. Louis Post-Dispatch
A series of four Econ Lowdown articles ran in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as part of the Newspapers in Education section, which incorporates newspapers in middle and high school lessons. The Money Smart Students series sheds light on economic topics as part of Financial Literacy Month. The series includes:
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Features Parent Q&As
Home and family editor Aisha Sultan wrote about the Parent Q&A Resources in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Read the article: The Federal Reserve Bank gives parents a way to teach kids smart personal finance.
Suiter Discusses Parent Resources in St. Louis Magazine
Economic Education Officer Mary Suiter spoke about the Parent Q&A Resources in a St. Louis Magazine article. The Inside the Economy® Museum also was featured. Read the article, featured in the Family section of the magazine: Bunnies, Money, and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
St. Louis Business Journal Quotes Econ Ed Officer
Mary Suiter, St. Louis Fed economic education officer, was quoted in a St. Louis Business Journal article about the Econ Lowdown videos used to create a digital pamphlet for the Boy Scouts of America's personal management merit badge. Read the article: Earn a Boy Scout merit badge with St. Louis Fed.
Econ Lowdown Videos Used in Boy Scouts Merit Badge Pamphlet
The Greater St. Louis Area Council of the Boy Scouts recently blogged about how the Boy Scouts of America, with the help of the St. Louis Fed's Econ Ed department and several of Econ Lowdown's videos, helped the national organization create a new digital pamphlet for its Personal Management merit badge. Read the blog: St. Louis Helps BSA with Digital Merit Badge Pamphlet