Law and the Economy – FREE Summer Teacher Workshop
- TEACHING ABOUT THE ROLES OF THE FEDERAL COURTS AND THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
- Tuesday and Wednesday, July 14-15, 2015
- 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
- Check-in begins each day at 8:30 AM
- Locations: Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse and Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Parking is provided by the Judicial Learning Center, Inc. at Stadium West parking garage
- Click here to register through the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Be among the first middle- and high-school social studies teachers to participate in an exciting workshop collaboration between the United States Courts and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
Participants will witness the U.S. Constitution in action via live courtroom observation. Judges and other legal professionals will host sessions designed to deepen your understanding of our independent federal courts and the rule of law in America.
Meet with Federal Reserve economists as they share insights into the responsibilities of the Federal Reserve. Lessons and activities will explore fundamentals of the U.S. economy such as monetary policy, the Federal Reserve Act, the rule of law, and ownership of private property.
NOTE for those who have attended previously – new content will be included.
This event is FREE, but registration is required so that parking, lunch, and educational materials can be provided. Register any time, but please no later than July 7.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: by Tuesday, July 7.
To make a reservation through the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, click here.
For more information please contact:
Rachel Marshall at Rachel_Marshall@ca8.uscourts.gov
or Mark Bayles at email@example.com