Students read about the Federal Reserve System's structure and goals and the tools it uses to control the flow of money and credit in the economy. At the end of this activity, learners are asked to write how they would solve specific economic problems if they served on the Fed's Board of Governors.
College instructors and staff read about their responsibilities to prevent sexual harassment on campus. This learning activity covers protected class status and the federal law. It also identifies the four levels of sexual harassment and the three types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo, hostile environment, and third party.
In this interactive object, learners change the amount of money received from tax revenue and the amount spent on federal programs as they calculate how fiscal policy affects the gross domestic product (GDP), unemployment, inflation, the annual deficit, the national debt, and interest on the national debt.