Greenspan urges teachers, students to use Web site

UNITED STATES - If Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has his way, the nation's school children will soon be adding monetary policy to their regular courses on reading, writing and arithmetic.

The Fed on Thursday unveiled a new Internet site designed to teach how the central bank affects the economy through its conduct of monetary policy.

"The Federal Reserve has actively promoted economic education and better public understanding of the roles of the Federal Reserve for many years,"

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