Teacher Professional Development Workshop Series
About this event
Join us at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City for this summer’s professional development workshop series, free to K-16 educators. These full-day workshops, hosted in partnership with the University of Missouri-Kansas City Office of Financial Literacy and the Center for Economic Education at Emporia State, include demonstrations of classroom resources, visits to local organizations and updates from subject matter experts on hot topics tied to economics and personal finance. Graduate credit, complimentary meals and onsite parking are available.
There is no cost to teachers to attend, but advance registration is required at TeacherPD.kcfed.org.
Who should attend?K-16 Educators
|June 9, 2017||Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City|
9 - 4 p.m.
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9 - 4 p.m.
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9 - 4 p.m.
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