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Why Economics and Equity Matter More Than Ever

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Why Economics and Equity Matter More Than Ever Economic education from the New York Fed provides accessible content and programs for teachers, students, and the public. Designed to engage and empower a broad audience, these resources focus in part on addressing economic and racial inequities. The everyday experiences and livelihoods of Americans differ greatly across geographic, demographic, and socioeconomic lines -- and economic inequality can prevent some communities and families from affording healthcare, buying a home, starting a business, or pursuing higher education. The New York Fed’s educational comic books, lesson plans, teacher trainings, student competitions, and more seek to engage students from diverse backgrounds, and demystify economics as a field of study and

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Why Economics and Equity Matter More Than Ever Economic education from the New York Fed provides accessible content and programs for teachers, students, and the public. Designed to engage and empower a broad audience, these resources focus in part on addressing economic and racial inequities. The everyday experiences and livelihoods of Americans differ greatly across geographic, demographic, and socioeconomic lines -- and economic inequality can prevent some communities and families from affording healthcare, buying a home, starting a business, or pursuing higher education. The New York Fed’s educational comic books, lesson plans, teacher trainings, student competitions, and more seek to engage students from diverse backgrounds, and demystify economics as a field of study and potential career. By diversifying the pipeline of students interested in pursuing the field of economics, it’s the Fed’s goal to bring the full spectrum of experiences and perspectives to the policy making table in order to shape a more equitable economy and society for all. To learn more about the New York Fed’s educational programs and resources for both virtual and in-person classrooms, visit nyfed.org/econ-ed. Why Economics and Equity Matter More Than Ever
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