52nd CEE Annual National Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference – In Case You Missed It: Video Highlights

Council for Economic Education (CEE)

52nd Annual National Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference

In Case You Missed It: Video Highlights

Video (YouTube) highlights from the annual CEE Teachers Conference in Baltimore, including speeches from:

Jeffrey Lacker, President of the Richmond Federal Reserve: http://youtu.be/ZtlAxX_vL-Q

Richard Cordray, Director of the CFPB: http://youtu.be/VRpPvVYwfLw

Richard Ketchum, Chairman and […]

Council for Economic Education to Welcome 500+ Economic Educators and Financial Literacy Experts

Council for Economic Education to Welcome 500+ Economic Educators and Financial Literacy Experts at 52nd Annual Conference in Baltimore

Education Non-Profit Hosts Leaders from CFPB, FINRA, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Next month, the Council for Economic Education will hold its 52nd Annual National Financial Literacy and […]

Common Core State Standards K-12 Standards

Common Core State Standards K-12 Standards

The Council for Economic Education offers this resource to help educators meet the Common Core Standards while teaching financial and economic literacy

Council for Economic Education (CEE) lessons from selected resources have been aligned to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The alignment connects CEE content to CCSS. The […]

New Common Core Resource for Teachers, Correlating New National Standards with Financial Literacy Lessons

Council for Economic Education Introduced Common Core Resource for Teachers, Correlating New National Standards with Financial Literacy Lessons

CEE’s New Resource Helps Educators Teach Financial Literacy and Meet Common Core State Standards

The Council for Economic Education (CEE) introduced a Common Core Alignment Tool, an invaluable resource to help […]

Council for Economic Education (CEE) National Economic Challenge

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) recently released their 2012 Nation’s Report Card in Economics, providing insight as to how students learn. One of the most interesting findings was that more and more students are seeking opportunities outside the classroom, and on their own time, to learn about economics. Students are truly interested in […]

Survey of the States 2011: The State of Economic and Personal Finance Education in our Nation’s Schools

Council for Economic Education Survey of the States

Survey of the States 2011: The State of Economic and Personal Finance Education in our Nation’s Schools

“Just as it was not possible to live in an industrialized society without print literacy – the ability to read and write – so it is not possible to […]