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Network & Discover Innovative Ways to Engage Your Students

Join us for the nation’s premier K-12 educator Conference for teachers who want to integrate personal finance and economics into their classrooms. This year, we are excited that we are FINALLY back in person for the Conference at a gorgeous location in the D.C. area (Chantilly, VA). 

CEE knows teachers deserve a great and relaxing summer, but you should plan NOW for a great professional development opportunity taking place in the fall! Tickets are ONLY $125 for two full days of innovative live sessions, roundtables, guest speakers, and networking! 

At the Conference you will: 

  • Access over 40 interactive educator workshops and lectures where you will learn how to integrate personal finance and economics into your classroom; 
  • Discover new innovative ways to engage your students; 
  • Network with other K-12 teachers and educators; 
  • Hear from Karin Kimbrough, Chief Economist at LinkedIn, and other inspiring experts in the field; 
  • Learn more in exciting sessions on: 
    • Cryptocurrency 
    • Supply & Demand Digital Escape Room 
    • Preparing Career-Ready Students 
    • Advocating for Econ Ed 
    • Privilege, Poverty, & Personal Finance 

Experience the Conference at your own pace. A portion of Conference content will be available on demand starting the week following the Conference. 

Learn more and register today 

For those who are unable to attend in person, you can register to view select Conference sessions in the week following the in-person Conference. We do hope to see most of you there in person, though! 

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