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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 Spring 2014

    Spring 2014 issue (.pdf)

    In 2009, Congress passed the most substantial reform in the credit card industry in more than 40 years—the Credit Card Accountability and Disclosure Act, or the CARD Act. Simply put, the CARD Act offers cardholders protections that can save them money. But has the CARD Act made a difference? The spring 2014 issue answers this question in its lead article, which covers the fair and transparent practices introduced by the Act. Fair practices include lower fees and limits on interest rate increases, while transparent practices include better and timely communication so consumers know how much they are really paying for credit.

  • In Plain English: Making Sense of the Federal Reserve eBook

    In Plain English provides an overview of the Federal Reserve System to help make sense of the complex, yet effective, organization. Learn about the three main responsibilities: conducting monetary policy, supervising banks and providing financial services. And, discover how the Federal Reserve System—through the combined efforts of the Board of Governors, the Reserve Banks and the Federal Open Market Committee—is in a strong position to make monetary policy, provide a safe banking system and contribute to an effective payments system, all of which contribute to a healthy economy.

  • Starting Point: Teaching and Learning Economics – Teaching with FRED

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    This site introduces economists to innovative teaching strategies using Federal Reserve Economic Data (FRED®). It provides instructors with the tools to begin integrating and assessing these teaching strategies in their own classrooms; it also promotes the sharing of teaching innovations among instructors. Included among the strategies are seven lessons for integrating FRED.