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Registration for this event is now closed.
Become a go-to resource in your school or community for personal finance education. This free webinar for librarians will share lessons on checking FICO credit scores, understanding the link between education and lifetime income, and using credit. Lessons on these topics include instruction and resources you can use to prepare high school and college students and adults for real-world personal finance.
The St. Louis Fed’s Econ Lowdown website also will be featured to showcase just a few of the hundred-plus personal finance lessons, videos, and online courses available. All of the lessons featured are provided free of charge.
The webinar will be presented by Eva Johnston, senior economic education specialist and former high school AP Economics teacher, and Kathy Cosgrove, senior librarian, at the St. Louis Fed.
Register by April 23, 2015 and receive webinar dial-in and password details the morning of April 24th.
Questions? Contact Eva Johnston at Eva.K.Johnston@stls.frb.org or 314-444-8567.