Learn about how to write to communicate clearly about public issues, the components of good research, and the different ways you can present an argument. This lesson module includes handouts, an answer key, and links to online resources.
Understand how the average costs of living from the early Great Migration period compare to the average costs of living today and determine how they have changed over time. This lesson plan is a companion to the Economist Spotlight Series: Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander and contains handouts, an answer key, and links to additional online resources.
Learn about the history of redlining and analyze how health and wealth inequalities impact neighborhoods using maps and other primary sources. This three-module lesson plan includes handouts, videos, and podcasts.
The theme for the 2022-2023 High School Fed Challenge was on the Economics of Globalization. This Journal contains 12 podcast transcripts selected from various school teams. Topics range from semiconductors to shopping malls and retail space to invasive species.
The theme for the 2021-2022 High School Fed Challenge was the Economics of Climate Change. This Journal contains 15 podcast transcripts selected from various school teams. Topics range from the coffee industry to electric vehicles to agriculture.
¿Por qué tiene valor un dólar? ¿Por qué la gente confía en que en las tiendas van a aceptar su dinero en efectivo? Recibe la respuesta a estas preguntas y a otras en esta lección.