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Through our websites Econlib and AdamSmithWorks, we offer free, original content that can be used by educators of middle school, high school, and university students. Our materials are ideal for teachers of economics, social studies, and history.
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Supplemental Resources for College Economics Courses
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High School Economics Resources
Explore supplemental resources for teaching key concepts in the areas of fundamental economics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, international economics, and personal finance economics.
AdamSmithWorks Lesson Plans
Access original classroom-ready activities based on the writings of Adam Smith designed to help your students think more deeply about topics ranging from economics and the division of labor to ethics and morality.
AdamSmithWorks Video Series
Engage your students with this five-part video series about the life and contemporary relevance of Adam Smith. Each of these brief videos includes a set of questions for further thought and discussion.
Goodrich C. White Professor of English, Emory University
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Professor, Loyola University New Orleans
Heather King, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of English, University of Redlands
Essential Readings for Educators
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