Programs & Events

Evening With the Fed: COVID-19 and the Long-Term Effects of Education Disruptions

October 22nd

4:00 PM– 5:30 PM

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Maryland Council on Economic Education invites grade 6-–12 educators to attend a free virtual professional development lecture on the long-term economic and educational effects of COVID-19. During this lecture, attendees will learn how the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant economic and educational disruptions and how school closures, reduced financial resources and virtual learning may have irreversible effects and consequences that will likely extend beyond the short term.

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Virtual Student Achievement Awards

Did you miss our virtual Student Achievement awards program? You can still view it on the Maryland Council on Economic Education YouTube channel, so you don’t miss out on the celebration.  


Maximizing Personal Finance Education through Distance Learning

A Financial Literacy Summit for Teachers

Session 1:  Saving and Investing Matters!  Innovative Approaches to teaching the Stock Market Game through Distance Learning:  Best practices and ideas  Watch here:

Session 2:  The Federal Reserve to the Rescue!  An overview of great distance learning resources available from the Federal Reserve District Office.  Watch here: 


Race and Income and Wealth Disparities

webinar from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Maryland Council on Economic Education


Teaching the Stock Market Game Virtually

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Introduction to the Stock Market Game

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Getting Started – Teaching the Stock Market Game for First Time Teachers

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 Personal Finance Challenge

How to get started  Click here to watch

Virtual Meeting with Peter Franchot, Comptroller of Maryland:  State of Financial Literacy Education in Maryland and Thoughts for the Future.  Click here to watch