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Economic Forces in American History


What were the economic forces behind some of the most influential events in American history?  And what can it teach us about the economic decisions confronting the U.S. today?  In this One Day Economic Forces in American History (EFIAH) session, teachers of economics, U.S. history, social studies, and civics/government will have the opportunity to learn more about these topics, and find out about activities that they can use in their own classes to illustrate the economic explanations behind pivotal historical events.

Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021

Time: 11:40am – 5pm Eastern Daylight Time (8:40am – 2pm Pacific Daylight Time)

Format: Virtual

Stipend: $100 participation stipend for teachers who attend all sessions; stipend check to be mailed within four weeks of the program

Presenters: Debbie Henney, FTE Curriculum Director