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Highlights

Congratulations Personal Finance Challenge Winners!

Thanks to all teams that participated in the 2020 Personal Finance Challenge Competition and congratulations to the state Middle School winners from Lafayette Christian School, Teacher Emily Vanderwall and Students.

Congratulations to Hamilton Southeastern High School! Teacher Adam Broughton and his winning team, "Big Play Ray" members Ray Gao, Sam Chilson, Tommy Adams, Gabe Bachman were state high school winners and took 2nd place at the national competition on May 4. Great job, team!


Congrats to all of the students that participated in the Personal Finance Challenge!

Click HERE for a list of all 2020 Personal Finance Challenge participating schools!


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

ICEE

The Indiana Stock Market Simulation

  • Customize your dates!
  • Access Learning Modules
  • Online Orientation Webinars Contact JW Fansler

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

Certel

Jacob Clifford - AC/DC Leadership

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

Other Great Sources



More What's New!

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 http://www.councilforeconed.org/webinars.



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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.