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Economics and Personal Finance Education Resources

Online Learning Courses Econ Ed

We have award-winning, FREE classroom resources for K-16 educators to use to teach about money and banking, economics, personal finance and the Federal Reserve. We also have FREE resources for consumers and others who want to learn about economics, personal finance and the Federal Reserve.

  • Inside the Vault Fall 2014

    Fall 2014 issue (.pdf)

    The Fall 2014 issue of Inside the Vault features "Payday Loans: Time for Review," which provides an overview of payday loans and lenders, regulations governing these alternative financial service providers, and the characteristics and habits of payday loan borrowers. You’ll also find an economic snapshot on payday loans by the numbers, a Q&A on payday loans, and details on new Econ Lowdown resources.

  • Page One Economics Newsletter, Classroom Edition

    Page One Economics Icon

    Keep your students in the know on timely economic issues with the Page One Economics Newsletter Classroom Edition. Each newsletter provides a simple, short overview of a current economic event that offers students an opportunity to use close reading strategies, and the classroom edition includes student questions and a teacher answer key – plus additional resources and lesson ideas for classroom, extra credit and make-up assignments.

  • Smoothing the Path: Balancing Debt, Income, and Saving for the Future (Page One Economics Classroom Edition)

    Page One Economics IconClassroom Edition (.pdf)

    The life cycle model shows that saving for the future requires people to limit consumption during their working years and save so they will have a "nest egg" to draw on during retirement. Recent changes in how people save for retirement have shifted some responsibility from firms to individuals.