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View Resource Tutor 2U Economics

For teachers and students of economics, Tutor2U, from the UK, provides "high quality learning resources and online community." Student resources include online forums about economics and study guides for academic success. If students complete the free registration, they may submit questions to the Tutor2U tutors. Previous student questions and answers are archived and available to all users. Also...

https://www.tutor2u.net/
View Resource The Mint

A collaborative effort between the National Council on Economic Education and the Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation, this site offers lessons, quizzes, and activities to teach secondary students basic economics and money management. Short lessons are grouped in four categories: Saving & Investing, Spending, Making a Budget, and Learning & Earning. Topics addressed include compounding and...

http://www.themint.org/
View Resource Financial Education in the Math Classroom

The Math Forum at Drexel University has a website that focuses solely on teaching financial education in the math classroom. This wonderful resource provides curricula, weekly problems, and forums for teachers using the site's myriad resources. Visitors will see that the site has two main topics or categories: "Finance Topics" and "Math Topics". In the "Finance Topics" area visitors will find...

http://mathforum.org/fe/
View Resource Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco: Teachers Resources Index

Some people might not be aware that the Federal Reserve Banks provide a wide range of educational resources, including lesson plans, online economic indicators for classroom use, and materials on personal finances. The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco offers ten different resources, including interviews with economists and information about bank tours. The Economics in Person section features...

https://www.frbsf.org/education/teacher-resources/
View Resource Federal Reserve Education

The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States, and there are twelve Federal Reserve districts that range from Hawaii to Maine. This website was created by the Federal Reserve to provide high-quality educational resources about economics, personal finance, public policy and other subjects to students and the general public. First-time visitors can peruse some of the videos on the...

https://www.federalreserveeducation.org/