The Council for Economic Education (CEE) partners on a wide range of activities to promote economic and financial education. By leveraging the expertise of partner organizations, CEE reaches more educators and their students in order to address their specific needs. We reciprocate by providing economic and financial literacy education resources and knowledge to broaden the outreach efforts of our partners.
Our current partners include:
We collaborate on various public information initiatives helping people understand the importance of personal finance and economic education.
CEE is working with FIS to effectively engage parents in the Financial Literacy for Hispanic Students and Their Families program in California.
A longtime partner on a number of initiatives, including support for our annual conference, question development for the National Economics Challenge, participation on our Board of Directors, and work closely with our national affiliates.
CEE and our affiliates have partnered with local GEAR UP grantees in Kansas City, Los Angeles, and Tennessee to integrate financial literacy into teacher training and parental engagement programs.
Nan J. Morrison, CEE’s President and CEO, serves as a board member of The Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy®—an organization of organizations that share an interest in advancing financial literacy among students in pre-kindergarten through college.
CEE partners with the Junior Economic Club to foster an interest in economics and personal finance among high school students.
NAF integrates CEE materials into the NAF Academy of Finance curriculum and the curricula of other Academies for students. We provide expanded professional development for teachers at NAF Academies across the country.
CEE partners with NAEE on K-12 economic education initiatives such as professional development and classroom resources.
CEE partners with NAST to inform state treasurers’ efforts to promote financial education in the states, communities, and schools.
CEE partners with the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) to promote economic and financial literacy education as social studies content areas.
CEE and NEFE are partnering on a series of policy convenings across the country to understand and solve barriers to financial education.
Nearpod is a content partner, marrying CEE’s economics and financial curriculum with their engaging and award-winning interactive lesson designs.
CEE works with NYBA to advance financial and economic education in New York State.
CEE is a member of the NYS Comptroller’s Financial and Consumer Empowerment Focus Group, which aims to improve the financial well-being of all New Yorkers.
CEE partners with W!SE to support financial education in New York State.