Teacher Awards

The Council for Economic Education’s teaching award programs recognize and honor inspirational K-12 teachers whose innovative teaching practices stimulate economic understanding in and out of the classrooms.


Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Teaching Champion Awards

The Council for Economic Education recognizes excellence in economic education by honoring three outstanding educators from the New York Metropolitan area with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Teaching Champion Award.

This award promotes economic education at the high school level by recognizing and honoring teachers who effectively deliver this important content in and out of their classrooms and achieve results. We seek applicants who instill in students an understanding of economics and the tools to make informed and responsible decisions that they will carry with them as they grow into successful and productive adults.

Learn more about the Alfred P. Sloan award, prizes, rules and eligibility >>>


John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Awards

Each year the Council for Economic Education (CEE) recognizes three national educators with The John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Awards.

This award promotes excellence in economic education at the K-12 level by honoring inspirational teachers whose innovative teaching concepts improve and stimulate economic understanding in and out of their classrooms and achieve results.

The awards program is open to K-12 teachers of any subjects (not just economics!). Any eligible teacher may use a self-nomination process or one may be nominated by other teachers, department chairs, principals, superintendents and CEE state affiliates.

Learn more about the John Morton award, prizes, rules and eligibility >>>


 

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