In this report from NY1 high-school students at Brooklyn Tech discuss having fun while increasing their understanding of the stock market by playing the personal finance-based games in the Gen i Revolution suite.
In this article, CEE CEO and president Nan Morrison comments on the important role that early childhood economic education plays in forming responsible financial habits later in life.
In today’s edition of USA Today, our CEO and President Nan Morrison and our VP of Government Affairs Mary Blanusa comment on financial literacy education, and how schools are implementing.
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In this article from Chicago Real Estate Examiner, the Council for Economic Education is singled out for “making progress” in personal finance education, thanks in part to to our National Standards for Financial Literacy.
Our CEO and President Nan Morrison was recently interviewed by Bloomberg and a handful of other financial pros to find out the mistakes that even they made, and what they learned from them.
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In his Time Moneyland column, Dan Kadlec raises an interesting point about financial education–that too many resources scattered in different places may in fact be overwhelming. Which is why standardization is key–like the Council for Economic Education’s new Financial Literacy Standards that “transcend state borders.” Read the full article here for Dan’s perspective.