Branch banks of the Federal Reserve work hard to provide economic education; alas, in the era of state standards requiring “teach to the test,” a lot of this stuff goes unused.
What is the value of education? The Dallas Branch of the Fed had historian David McCullough in for consultations; they asked him on video, and here’s his response.
“We must be an educated people. We cannot be a productive, original, innovative society if we aren’t educated.”
For more information, visit the Dallas Fed’s website.