Annual Conference

Wells Fargo’s Longstanding Partnership Helps to Advance the Cause

Wells Fargo is the Presenting Sponsor of the Council for Economic Education’s 56th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference. 

Teacher Students Young 1 Wells Fargo’s Longstanding Partnership Helps to Advance the CauseCEE greatly appreciates Wells Fargo’s continuing partnership and support of our annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference as well as many other programs over the past three decades.

This year, educators will have access to over 100 workshops that will prepare them to integrate personal finance and economics into their classes. One featured curriculum and program is Wells Fargo’s Hands on Banking®.  Hands on Banking provides specialized resources for both individual and classroom learning, all of which are available for free in English and Spanish.

Count on Hands on Banking as a free, financial education program you can use to help students address real-life financial situations!

POSTED: September 29, 2017 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , , , , ,

2016 John Morton Excellence in Teaching of Economics Award

Copy of Life is likea cup of tea. 2016 John Morton Excellence in Teaching of Economics Award

 

The Council for Economic Education is delighted to announce the winners of the 2016 John Morton Excellence in Teaching of Economics Award, honoring three outstanding teachers for excellence in economic education. Demonstrating teaching concepts that improve and stimulate economic understanding in and out of their classroom, these teachers are raising the bar for K-12 economic education, and will receive the John Morton Award at CEE’s 55th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference on October 7 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Selected by an expert panel of judges, this year’s winners stood out for their innovative approaches and classroom results on an important subject. They also encouraged their students to use economics and financial literacy as a means to acquire the skills necessary to succeed in their education and their future careers. This year’s winning teachers are: Gina Boyd, Mayflower Mill Elementary School, Lafayette, Indiana; Patricia Dennis, Sonara Middle School, Springdale, Arkansas; and Jacob Clifford, San Pasqual High School, Escondido, California.

“These three teachers exemplify outstanding and innovative economic teaching approaches for all ages. They bring economics to life for their students and have clearly shown their commitment to economic education that extends beyond the classroom,” said Nan J. Morrison, CEE President and CEO. “We hope that by highlighting their achievements and passion for the subject, these educators will continue to help move the needle forward to bring economics into all classrooms.

POSTED: October 5, 2016 | BY: April Somboun | TAGS: , , , , , , ,

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