Economics and Finance


Updated 5-26-24

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As a passionate Economics major in college (which grew into an MBA), I find Econ at the root of much of the world around us. It starts with counting coins in first and second grade and grows up to a peek into NASDAQ and other adult subjects in middle school.

  1. Bankaroo–a virtual bank for kids
  2. ECommerce Links for Kids–a collection of ecommerce links for kids
  3. Rate-zip–how to teach financial topics to K-12
  4. Time is Money–this Chrome add-on converts prices on a webpage to hours worked

Coins and Money

Economics and Finance (HS)


Financial Literacy


  1. Statistics in Schools–from the Census Bureau


  1. A history of US taxes
  2. Taxes–from Crash Course Economics


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