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Economic Education

The economic education specialists at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis provide economic and personal financial education outreach to K-16 educators. In addition to developing award-winning online courses, podcasts, and a variety of other resources for K-16 educators to use in their classrooms, specialists also offer professional development and in-service programs for educators to improve their understanding of economic and personal finance content.


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Economic Data Posters

PDF of key economic data for Arkansas

This classroom-ready poster shows how two free data tools—FRED® and GeoFRED®—give students the latest insights into real world employment, earnings, and education.

Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED) lets anyone download, graph and track more than a quarter million U.S. and international time series from dozens of sources. GeoFRED maps that data with easily adjusted tools. Students see real world data that directly affects them.


Professional Development Workshop

The St. Louis Fed's Erin Yetter leads a professional development workshop.

Local teachers help present at the Teaching Economics Through Children’s Literature (K-2) workshop at the St. Louis Fed's Louisville Branch. Teachers earned professional development credit while learning new lessons to teach economic concepts to elementary students using popular children’s books. Here, the teachers wear paper chef hats and make cookies out of Play-Doh as they learn the lesson which accompanies the book Mr. Cookie Baker, which teaches about resources: capital, human and natural. From left: Erin Yetter, [former] senior economic education specialist; Melissa Stebbins, Field Elementary School; Michele Halstead, Dunn Elementary School; Erin Dunlap, Hartstern Elementary School; and Tonya Trumbo, Waller-Williams Environmental School. June 14, 2017.