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||Tuesday, Feb. 9
||3-4 p.m. CT
Calling all high school educators who teach about money and banking in economics, U.S. history or AP U.S. history courses: Join us Tuesday, Feb. 9, for Classroom ECONnections with the Fed. The free quarterly webinar shows teachers key resources from the Federal Reserve System.
Economic education experts will point you to a variety of materials—including printed lessons, publications, videos and online courses—to enhance your instruction and better engage your students. There is no charge for participation, but registration is required for the session, which will feature specialists from the Atlanta, Dallas, Kansas City, Philadelphia and St. Louis Federal Reserve banks.
After registration, you will receive an email with directions on how to connect to the webinar.
For more information, contact Mary Suiter at firstname.lastname@example.org.