Dive into Econland with the quirky comic book crew to explore how economics is already a part of middle school students’ everyday lives.
Co-hosted with Generation Citizen, United Way NYC, and Global Kids, the New York Fed hosted an event to discuss what civic engagment looks like in the 21st century on January 31, 2022 - both inside and outside the classroom.
Learn more about the New York Fed's suite of online resources, such as "How Does Where You Live Influence How You Life?" redlining lesson plan, support teachers in the study area of economics.
New York Fed Economic Education offers classroom visits to provide accessible and interactive presentations on the Federal Reserve System, economics, and college financing.
The New York Fed celebrates Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander, the first Black American person to earn a Ph.D. in economics by launching the Economist Spotlight Series.
The New York Fed hosts an academic research competition where teams of students act as future economists by analyzing the economics of climate change, the 2022 competition theme. We invite High School Fed Challenge teams to submit academically researched podcast scripts on any topic that relates explicitly to this theme.