In this article, our CEO Nan Morrison weighs in on the challenges of teaching and implementing the lessons of financial literacy.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks for CEE in the News!
In an article that ran in newsletter and website, Harvard Business School featured two alumnae, our CEO and President Nan Morrison and COO Sally Wood for their impact in personal finance and economic education.
Additionally, Nan Morrison penned an op-ed on using the Common Core to teach the lessons of financial literacy that ran in the Huffington Post–click here to read the full article.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, five years after the financial crisis, frugality is “hip” again and consumers are “hungry” for financial education, citing CEE’s financial literacy outreach efforts.
Click here for the full article.
Shelia Humphrey, an elementary school teacher of Fort Smith, AR will receive the John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award at CEE’s National Conference this week and the local news has taken notice!
The full article is available here.
Click here to read Dan Kadlec’s latest article in Moneyland–we always appreciate his recognition of the work that we do.