The Council for Economic Education’s Conference is a nationwide annual gathering of educators including K-12 teachers, college and university professors and Federal Reserve partners.
The conference features a diverse selection of presentations, workshops and events to enable educators to raise the levels of economic and financial literacy among K-12 students. It also features the latest in curriculum development, instructional materials, teaching strategies, new programs and best practices; outstanding speakers on current economic and financial topics; hands-on technology education sessions; networking opportunities; and teacher roundtables to discuss shared issues, accomplishments, challenges and opportunities.
Our conference was a great success with more than 500 educators, industry thought-leaders and partners convening to address the most important issues in financial and economic education. Importantly, over 240 K-12 teachers from 38 states attended, many on scholarships provided by CEE. Thanks to all who joined us in Kansas City in 2012.
See why K-12 educators love our annual conference
If you’re interested in attending our 2013 annual conference in Baltimore, watch these videos and learn why educators from across the country come together for this nationwide learning and networking event devoted to economics and financial education.
|Susan Baudoin at 2012 CEE Annual Conference
Watch this video to see how Susan Baudoin is teaching her students financial responsibility through a professional- and student-run student banking program.
|Brian Page at 2012 CEE Annual Conference
Watch this video to hear Brian Page, winner of the Milken National Educator Award, talk about the importance of connecting the content taught in classrooms to behavior.
|Tim Hopfensperger at 2012 CEE Annual Conference
Watch this video to hear how Tim Hopfensperger, winner of The 2012 John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award in the middle school division, has implemented economic and financial literacy education in his state.
Download the program from the 51st Annual Conference for an example of the sessions that will be available this year.