BoE launches teaching resources for secondary school students

Bank of England and Stock Exchange
The Bank of England
Rachael King

The Bank of England is sending every secondary school in the UK a set of teaching resources to help students studying English learn about the economy.

Teachers are being offered resources to cover six lessons, including presentation slides and worksheets, based on a book by two BoE economists. Can’t we just print more money?, by Rupal Patel and Jack Meaning explores questions such as why popular chocolate bars are more expensive and what money is.

The BoE is targeting the resources at 14–16

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