Cultural Relevance: Connecting Your Mindset to the Student’s Perspective
This event is offered through the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Discover economics and how to cultivate healthy social-emotional learning in a diverse environment, including a walking tour of the historic 18th and Vine District and its significance to Kansas City.
9 – 4 p.m.for Grades K-12 Educators
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 1 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64198
Registration is required on the Fed’s website at
- Optional graduate credit from ESU – Course # EC705 through Rob Catlett. Two full days of events must be attended to receive one graduate credit. Earn up to 3 credits by attending any of the KC Fed events.
- Partial tuition assistance scholarships provided by KCEE through the Emporia State University Center for Economic Education. Certified K-12 Kansas teachers who will be teaching in next academic year may apply for a partial scholarship to the ESU Center for Economic Education. Send your request to Rob Catlett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Graduate credit is an additional registration and acceptance to the ESU Graduate School is required. Unless the student has been accepted to the ESU Graduate School in the past three years or has taken graduate classes at ESU in the past three years application must be made to the ESU Graduate School. The ESU Graduate School application is online at https://www.emporia.edu/grad/admissions/ and requires a nonrefundable $25 fee for non-degree seeking students. Requires (unofficial) transcripts indicating a bachelor’s degree.