Links to Education Resources

  • Community Education Partners
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    The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis has a Community Education Partners program, and your school or school district can become a partner.

  • Affordable Colleges Online
    Information on college financial aid options.

  • Bessie B. Moore Center for Economic Education at University of Arkansas
    Economic education resources including teacher training and curriculum development, consultant services for education and business communities, and information and resources for educators who teach economic and financial education.

  • Center for Economic Education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha
    Economic education resources for economics teachers from K–12 to college/university level, as well as links to other websites with economic education resources.

  • Classroom Economist
    Content designed to clarify and enhance teacher understanding of core economic and Federal Reserve topics, from the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

  • College Affordability Guide
    Information and advice for students to reduce the cost of their degrees and analysis of what colleges are doing to make education affordable.

  • Econ Illinois
    Economic education resources for K-12 educators including professional development programs and materials.

  • EconEdLink
    Classroom-tested, Internet-based economic lesson materials for grades K-12.

  • Economics Arkansas
    Economics Arkansas (through the Arkansas Council on Economic Education) is a private, non-profit, non-partisan, educational organization founded in 1962 by Dr. Bessie B. Moore to promote economic literacy in Arkansas.

  • Foundation for Teaching Economics
    Economic education resources including content outlines, classroom activities and teacher materials from FTE courses.

    Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research provides historical economic statistical publications, releases and documents.

  • FRED®
    The Federal Reserve's economic and financial database.

  • GeoFRED®
    Enables users to create thematic maps of U.S. economic data by state, county or metropolitan statistical area.

  • Glossary of Economic Terms
    A Minneapolis Fed glossary of terms related to the Federal Reserve, banking and economics.

  • H.I.P. Pocket Change
    The U.S. Mint's educational site for economics for kids.

  • JA Student Center
    The Junior Achievement "JA Student Center" is an online navigational tool geared to help your students become workforce-ready. They can gain knowledge on how to handle their money, explore careers, get tips on starting a business and much more.

  • Jump$tart: Financial Smarts for Students
    Activities, information and resources from the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, which promotes personal finance for grades K-12.

  • Missouri Council on Economic Education
    Economic education resources for K-12 educators including professional development programs and materials.

  • The Stock Market Game
    An electronic educational simulation program designed to help students in grades 4-12 learn more about economics, finance and the American economic system.

  • U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing
    Official site.

  • U.S. Mint
    Official site.

  • WisePockets World
    University of Missouri-St. Louis site that helps kids, parents and teachers learn about economics.

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