Raleigh, NC | March 15th, 2019. Congratulations to all North Carolina schools, educators and students that participated in the 2019 NC Online Economics Challenge qualifier! The top eight teams in the Adam Smith & David Ricardo Divisions are announced and invited to participate on March 26 in... [read more]
Union County, N.C. - There's a major push to teach about money in school so students don't end up in debt like millions of Americans. "Once you get out of high school and you're an adult, you're on your own," high school sophomore Justin Wilson said. Read full article here.
Raleigh, NC - December 19,2018
Congratulations to all Stock Market Game (SMG) participants during the fall session! During 2018 a total of 3,446 teams, 11,776 students participated in the competition. It is with great distinction that we announce the winning teams in their respective region, the... [read more]
NCCEE wishes to thank the Coastal Credit Union Foundation for its continued support of the Stock Market Game program for the 2018-2019 school year. Triangle area teachers may participate in the program at no cost for this academic year thanks to the generosity of the Foundation.
NCCEE is honored to have received the State Council of the Year award from the Council for Economic Education. The award was presented by Nan Morrison, CEE President, on October 4th at the 57th Annual Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference held in Atlanta.
By equipping teachers to provide kids with the knowledge and vocabulary of money and choices, we give students the essential tools to create financial stability and opportunity for themselves, their families and their communities. Support our teachers and kids by giving a gift today! Read full... [read more]
Among all the subjects that are taught in U.S. elementary schools, personal finance is often overlooked. That trend started way back in the 1940s, when U.S. government officials determined that schools and teachers were poorly equipped to deal with the complexities of the post-war economic boom.... [read more]
Young adults who discuss money with their parents are more likely to have a budget, an emergency fund and a retirement account, a new T. Rowe Price study says.
Still, when it comes to being an adult, most feel unprepared to deal with real-world finances.
That's why talking to your kids... [read more]
The U.S. school system may not provide students the formal financial education they need, but parents can still teach financial literacy at home.
America's schools aren't making the grade, if you ask the Council for Economic Education. The organization's mission is to help teach personal finance... [read more]