National Economics Challenge

Watch the National Economics Challenge Live on CNBC on May 23rd at 1 p.m

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Join us for the 16th Annual National Economics Challenge Finals! The eight team finalists beat out more than 10,000 students to compete for the Championship title! 

  • Watch and root for your favorite team via the live stream on CNBC.com starting at 1 p.m. ET on Monday, May 23rd.
  • CNBC’s Power Lunch will also be airing live snippets from the Challenge from 1-2 pm ET.

  

 
Adam Smith Division
  • Bellaire High School, Bellaire, TX; Team Coach: Michael Clark
  • Carmel High School, Carmel, IN; Team Coach: Michelle Foutz
  • Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, CT; Team Coach: Ted Hartsoe
  • Mounds View High School, Arden Hills, MN; Team Coach: Martha Rush
David Ricardo Division
  • Carmel High School, Carmel, IN; Team Coach: Michelle Foutz
  • Lexington High School, Lexington, MA; Team Coach: Bill Cole
  • Upper Dublin High School, Fort Washington, PA; Team Coach: Steve Roberts
  • West Windsor Plainsboro High School North, Plainsboro, NJ; Team Coach: Morton Levine
 
We hope you’ll tune in to see who will be crowned the Champions for the Adam Smith and David Ricardo Divisions!
 
PS: To see what the teams are up to in New York City prior to the Championship event “follow” us on Twitter and “like” us on Facebook!

 

POSTED: May 18, 2016 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , ,

2016 Semi-Finalists: National Economics Challenge

 

Thousands of high school students nationwide competed in the National Economics Challenge! We are delighted to share with you the 34 teams from the Adam Smith Division and 33 teams from the David Ricardo Division who have made it to the semi-finals.

State Adam Smith Division David Ricardo Division
Alabama Vestavia Hills High School Eufaula High School
Arizona Basis Chandler Basis Scottsdale
Arkansas Little Rock Christian Academy Har-Ber High School
California Northern California – The Harker School Northern California Homestead High School
California Southern California – Dos Pueblos High School Southern California – El Segundo High School
Connecticut Choate Rosemary Hall Greenwich High School
Delaware The Charter School of Wilmington Smyrna High School
Florida Pine Crest School Mandarin High School
Georgia Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Jackson County Comprehensive High School
Hawaii Iolani School Iolani School
Illinois York Community High School
Indiana Carmel High School Carmel High School
Kansas Shawnee Mission South High Southeast High School
Maryland Mt. Hebron High Mt. Hebron High
Massachusetts Phillips Academy Andover Lexington High School
Michigan Chelsea High School Novi High School
Mississippi Ocean Springs High School Petal High School
Missouri Lindbergh High School St. Joseph Central
Minnesota TBA TBA
Montana Bozeman High School Park High School
Nebraska Bellevue East High School Waverly High School
New Jersey Monroe Township High School High School North
New York Stuyvesant High School Farmingdale Senior High School
North Carolina William G. Enloe High School North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
North Dakota Fargo Davies High School Jamestown High School
Oklahoma Edmond North High School Wilburton High School
Pennsylvania Conestoga High School Team 6 Upper Dublin High School
South Carolina Wando High School Ridgeview High School
Tennessee Collierville High School Memphis University School
Texas Bellaire High School James E. Taylor High School
Vermont Essex High School Mount Mansfield Union High School
Virginia Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology Freedom High School
WILDCARD Upper Arlington High School Olympia High School
Wisconsin Germantown High School Melrose-Minforo

 

The teams will now compete in the semi-finals for a chance to advance to final round which will be held in New York City! Four teams from each Division with the highest scores will advance to compete for the grand prize and be crowned the National Economics Challenge Champions.

Thank you to all the students and their coaches who participated in the first round of competitions. We hope this was a valuable experience to all of you. And, good luck to the semi-finalists!

To learn more about the National Economics Challenge and keep tab on the finalists, please visit our site: www.nationaleconomicschallenge.org.

POSTED: April 20, 2016 | BY: April Somboun | TAGS: , , , , ,

CEE Report – Summer 2015

Three times a year the Council for Economic Education releases the CEE Report, highlighting our new and noteworthy events, programs and partnerships, including pilot programs and joint ventures with key supporters.

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Advancing Financial Education in New York City
Upcoming Events
Note from Nan
A Look At GCEE
Financial Literacy Month
Advocating for Economic & Financial Literacy
2015 National Economics Challenge
EconEdLink Relaunch
Gen i: New Mission & Partnership
Teacher Training from the National Center
Vantage Point: Real World Perspectives on the Economy
CEE and 100 Women in Hedge Funds
Vantage Point: Growing Companies, Growing Women
2015 Visionary Awards

POSTED: July 23, 2015 | BY: Annamarie Cerreta | TAGS: , , , , , , ,

VOTE for your favorite video from the 2015 National Economics Challenge Finalists!

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CEE asked the eight Finalist teams to prepare a video profile that shows who they are as people, students and scholars. Get over to our Facebook page and vote for your favorite team. The team with the most votes will receive a $100 Amazon gift certificate for their school and a $25 iTunes gift card for each student from the team.

VOTE TODAY


The Finalist teams are:

DAVID RICARDO DIVISION
(single semester general economics students)

  • Carmel High School /Carmel, Indiana
  • Charter School of Wilmington / Wilmington, Delaware
  • Homestead High School / Cupertino, California
  • Iolani School / Honolulu, Hawaii

ADAM SMITH DIVISION
(AP, IB and honors students)

  • Carmel High School /Carmel, Indiana
  • The Harker School / San Jose, California
  • Lexington High School / Lexington, Massachusetts
  • Mounds View High School / Arden Hills, Minnesota

 

You can VOTE once each day starting today until Friday, May 22, 5:00pm ET. We’ll announce the winning team on Monday, May 25.

This video contest has no influence on National Economics Challenge testing and judging.

 

POSTED: May 11, 2015 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , ,

Teaching Opportunity – December 2014

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In This Issue:

  • New Math in the Real World Lessons!
  • Double Your Donation with CEE’s Year-End Matching Challenge
  • Shopping Online for the Holidays? Support CEE By Using Amazon Smile
  • Gen i Revolution-Free Online Personal Finance Game
  • 4 Reasons to Participate in the 2015 National Economics Challenge
  • Save the Date for the 2015 National Teachers Conference

 
Read more…

POSTED: December 1, 2014 | BY: Daniel Thompson | TAGS: , , , , , , ,

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