In This Issue:
- The New Online Assessment Center
- 2014-2015 National Economics Challenge
- Free Professional Development Opportunity for C3 Framework
- Take Three Minutes to Understand an Important Issue
- This Day in Economic History
The 53rd Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference in Dallas earned media mentions from publications across the country. Here are some highlights:
Selena Swartzfager, leader of the Mississippi Council for Economic Education, writes an insightful article about second chances and the importance of raising your children to know sound economic principles. Swartzfager believes that no one is ever too young to become financially literate. It doesn’t matter if you’re only twelve, you can still learn about opportunity costs, the importance of savings and W-9s.
CEE’s Annual Financial and Economic Literacy Conference kicks off in Dallas this Wednesday, and the media is already starting to buzz about our exciting speakers and sessions. The Dallas Morning News spoke with our CEO and President Nan J. Morrison and Laura Ewing, chief executive of the Texas Council on Economic Education, about the importance of teacher training to improving students’ financial literacy, and what we are doing to move the needle. Click here for the full article.
Council for Economic Education to Host 500+ Attendees at Annual Conference
DALLAS, TX (September 23, 2014) - The U.S. ranks square in the middle of the pack and far below expectations in financial literacy, according to recently released data from the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). But fortunately, there are a growing number of educators, organizations and experts who are working to raise the bar for financial literacy education—and many of them will convene in Dallas next month for the 53rd Annual Financial and Economic Literacy Conference. Read more…
Three times a year the Council for Economic Education releases the CEE Report, highlighting our new and noteworthy events, programs and partnerships, including pilot programs and joint ventures with key supporters.
Note from Nan
CEE 2014 Survey of the States and OECD’s PISA Results in The Headlines
Florida First to Adopt National Financial Education Standards
CEE’s Young Executive Council
2014 Visionary Awards Dinner
Vantage Point: Real World Perspectives on the Economy