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NO Cost Resources to Help Teach Personal Finance or Economics Online!

K-12 Grade Teachers

Access the resources below to assist with your online teaching of Personal Finance and Economics. All at no cost!

CEE EconEdLink

  • Individual Lessons and Collections
  • Online Webinars


The Indiana Stock Market Simulation

  • Customize your dates!
  • Access Learning Modules
  • Online Orientation Webinar on 3/31/2020  REGISTER HERE

Marginal Revolution University (MRU)

  • Learning Community created to help with moving instruction online
  • Library of existing videos and resources

St. Louis Fed EconLowDown

  • Resources
  • Online Classrooms

Liberty Fund Library of Economics and Liberty


Jacob Clifford - AC/DC Leadership

  • If you teach econ - you know who he is!
  • Economic concepts and explainer videos - highly engaging

Other Great Sources

Indiana Personal Finance Challenge Competition

Due to the restrictions as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, we are adjusting the conditions for the Personal Finance Challenge. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Personal Finance Challenge Date and Formats:

    Online test - Middle and High School teachers may register and have their students take the timed 30 question online test through April 17th

    Case Study Analysis Project
    • For high school teams. The high school winners will be determined by a combined score of the online test AND the Case Study Analysis
    • The project will be created in PowerPoint (or other slide program).
    • The deadline for the Case Study Analysis will be April 17th.
    • The case study is available here. Teachers are welcome to use this as online project for students.
    • Teachers will submit Case Study Analysis for judging using this form.

    • Middle School state winners calculated on top four online test scores from school
    • High School state finalists based on top four online scores from school AND top score from case study analysis.

    Notes on the Case Study Analysis
    • You are welcome to use the case as a e-learning assignment even if you do enter it in the contest.

    Requirements and Conditions For Online Test
    • Students will take the individual timed test on laptop or desktop computer.
    • We’ll send 4 t-shirts to each participating teacher to provide to their students (we suggest top 4 scores, but teachers may decide their own allocation strategy).

    ACTION - If you still need to register for this year’s Challenge, please do so at


Celebrate 65 Years With ICEE!

This year, ICEE celebrates 65 years of providing learning opportunities across Indiana for K-12 teachers and students in economics and personal finance in order to prepare them to be effective citizens and decision makers.

If you want to help us celebrate, we have set a goal of 65 contributions of $25 or more by December 3 (Giving Tuesday).

If you have benefited from an ICEE program or just want to help us continue to support teachers and students, please consider making an online contribution today or mail your check in support of economic education today.

Thank you for your support!

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Upcoming Programs

FREE Webinars!

The Council for Economic Education is offering free professional development webinars for K-12 teachers. The webinars cover multiple economics and personal finance topics and demonstrate how to integrate into the classroom creating a fun, hands-on learning experience for students.

Relevant lessons, resources and tools will be provided to those participating in the webinars. Even if you cannot attend the live webinar, you may register to get access to the archived version to watch at your convenience.

Check the schedule and register today! See

Our Mission
The mission of the ICEE is to prepare students to become active citizens and productive members of our economy by providing them with the ability to make sound economic decisions.