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We actively promote economic education through a variety of publications and activities. These include an annual Monetary Policy Challenge for high school economics students, in which teams compete to produce simulated monetary policy advice. In 2012, around 90 schools of 3-5 students each entered the contest.
The links below are intended for students and teachers, and provide information that explains many of the Bank's policies and activities.
RBNZ - On the Money
The Reserve Bank's On the Money series is a collection of useful resources, including videos and podcasts, to explain important financial concepts.
Money Week 2012
The Reserve Bank was proud to have participated in Money Week 2012.
Monetary Policy Challenge
The Monetary Policy Challenge is a competition for secondary school economics students and is designed to expand their understanding of monetary policy.
Information to help students with projects on the Reserve Bank including New Zealand's money and the economy.
Resources and information for New Zealand teachers
Information and resources to assist teachers.
Financial Literacy Programme
The Bank supports the Financial Literacy Programme, for more information go to the Enterprise New Zealand Trust's website, http://www.youngenterprise.org.nz
Educational programmes for Year 7 - 13 students are also offered. Please see school visits for more information and booking procedure.
Skint to Mint board game
The Skint to Mint Board game is for secondary school students, and is designed to help teach students about making informed investment decisions based on understanding the risk and reward they are taking on.