Annamaria Lusardi is the Denit Trust professor of economics and accountancy at the George Washington School of Business.
ICEE is celebrating 60 years in 2014. Jeff Sanson, Executive Director at the Indiana Council for Economic Education had the chance to sit down recently with a local public media radio station, WBAA, to discuss ICEE’s past, present and future. You can listen to the interview here.
Our national network produces a multiplier effect to reach millions of K–12 students with the power of economic reasoning by training and equipping their teachers. In doing so, we are sending ripples of economic and personal financial education across the country and around the world.
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Check out these students talk about what they’ve learned through the Stock Market Experience developed by the Colorado Council for Economic Education!
How much emphasis do you think is placed upon financial literacy in your state? The Center for Financial Literacy at Champlain College has assigned a grade to each of the 50 states representative of their attempt to provide high school students with basic knowledge of personal finance.
The study was based upon CEE’s Survey of the States, a biennial reports that examines the status of economic education in the 50 states and the District of Columbia. According to the scale used by CFL Champlain College, nearly 60 percent of states earned a ‘C’ or lower with many states only offering finance courses as electives.