This event was open to secondary high school teachers across New England who teach economics or personal finance.
This was the second Bank-initiated Economic Summit for high school teachers across New England. The first Economic Summit was held in October 2005 at Choate Rosemary Hall. The Economic Summit is the result of recognition by sponsoring institutions for the need in the region for economic discourse geared to the requirements of high school teachers.
This one-day event brought together economics specialists, economists and classroom teachers to address both present and emerging issues related to the teaching and learning of economic and financial education content.
Inspiration for this type of event comes from the successful multiple-day National Conference for Teachers of AP Economics held every other year at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.
Registration begins at 9:30 am. The program runs from 10 am until 3 pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Directions to St. Paul's School
Director of Economic Education
The Federal Reserve System in Times of Crisis.
Bank Economic Education Specialists
Topics to include the history, role and structure of the Federal Reserve System; Monetary Policy; and Bank online education programs