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We met the $200,000 Challenge!

POSTED: July 8, 2012 | BY: admin | TAGS: , , , , ,

Thanks to our generous donors, CEE is proud to announce that we have met the $200,000 challenge.  The 2012 Challenge Grant, issued by one of our board members in early April, offered to match all gifts made between April 1 and June 30, dollar-for-dollar, up to $200,000. We are grateful for our board member’s generous gift, and for using it to encourage others to step forward and give.

All funds received help support our programs.  Drawing on the expertise of university professors, we develop and update K-12 learning materials with a strong interactive component. To bring these lessons into the classroom, teachers receive instruction in both content and pedagogy, earning professional development credit. Our curriculum is aligned to national standards in English and math, and with the voluntary national standards in economics (which we developed) and personal finance. Economics and finance are threaded into courses in math, history and even children’s literature, and offered at every level, from AP economics in high school to hands-on economics for the youngest learners.

There are always opportunities to assist CEE in reaching more teachers and students. If you would like to support CEE and its programs, make your gift today.

Thank you for supporting our work in economic and financial education of students and teachers.

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