Since 1995, the High School Fed Challenge has been encouraging students to learn about the inner workings of the economy, and how policy decisions can affect everyone’s lives. From teamwork, to in-depth research, to data literacy, to problem solving, and analytical writing, this academic competition from the New York Fed has offered students the chance to learn the economic way of thinking, and develop the skills needed to pursue economics as a career. And now, in its most comprehensive enhancement to date, the High School Fed Challenge is expanding access to this opportunity to students throughout the Second District. To address potential travel limitations, the New York Fed will invite students from New York State, Northern New Jersey, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and
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