Classroom Lesson: Credit History and Equal Opportunity
This lesson aligns with National Standards for Financial Literacy Standard IV: Using Credit
This lesson aligns with the C3 Framework for Social Studies Standards (D2.His9.9-12 and D2.His.11.1-12).
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- "Know Your Rights: What a Working Wife Should Know About Her Legal Rights," a 1965 Women's Bureau pamphlet
- "Mortgage Money: Who Gets It?" a 1979 study on discrimination in home buying in Connecticut
- "Credit Report Accuracy and Access to Credit," a report on credit reporting from the Summer 2004 Federal Reserve Bulletin
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