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Invest in Girls online workshops for high school students
The workshops run from 2-3 PM EDT on the following Tuesdays:
May 26: How to Invest Towards Your FUTURE (sponsored by Putnam Investments)
June 2: Start Planning for Your FUTURE Retirement (sponsored by Brown Advisory)
June 9: Invest in What You Care About in the FUTURE (sponsored by Aegon Asset Management)
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Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
The 59th Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference will take place October 2-3, 2020, in Chantilly, Virginia. K-12 teachers, save 10% by registering by August 1.
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Grades: 6-8, 9-12
The Basics of Saving
Grades K-2, 3-5
Presenter: Theodore Opderbeck
On This Day in Economic History
On this day in 1890, the Sherman Anti-Trust Act is passed. This bill was established to make sure contracts were not made between businesses or other countries that impeded open competition for American businesses. It was a direct blow to the large monopolies that existed at the time, calling for their disbandment.