The Indiana Economics Challenge is an opportunity for teams of four (4) high school students to demonstrate their knowledge on a broad array of economics topics in an atmosphere where economics knowledge is tested and recognized and where competing is FUN.
Any Indiana high school student enrolled in a public, private or home-based school during the 2019-20 academic year is eligible to compete (no economics course is required). Students may also compete as part of an organization, club or before/afterschool program.
Teams compete simultaneously at two Indiana sites and participate in one of two divisions: Adam Smith or David Ricardo. The Econ Challenge will be held on April 14, 2020 in Indianapolis and South Bend. The cost is only $20 per team and the deadline for registering is March 15 so register now by clicking on More Information link below.
Registration is now open for Indiana Personal Finance Challenge, Indiana’s top competition providing middle and high school students with an exciting and motivating opportunity to build, apply, and demonstrate their knowledge of money management. Through Indiana's Online competition, teams of up to four students showcase their expertise in earning income, buying goods and services, saving, using credit, investing, as well as protecting and insuring.
The online competition runs from February 17 through March 20. And, there is no registration fee!
NEW THIS YEAR: The top 25 highest scoring Indiana High Schools in the Online competition qualify to send a team to the state finals on April 14th! Prizes will be awarded! Don't delay, register today!
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.
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.