A very interesting and comprehensive resource on the current economic crisis has been created by The Council on Foreign Relations. You can find it here.
While I've not had time to examine it thoroughly (it's been added to my "to do" list for this weekend); it should prove to be valuable for the classroom economics teachers at either the high school or introductory college level. I could also see possibilities for current events or modern history courses.
As I said, I plan to delve into it this weekend, but I would welcome and encourage any comments from other educators.
This post references the following Keystone Economic Principles:
8. Quantity and quality of available resources impact living standards.
(At this point, I'm talking about resources to help impact YOUR living standards - or your profession to be more precise.)