This week, Campbell Business set up shop at the Raleigh campus to host its second annual Economics for Educators summer program. Grounded in research-based instructional practices, the free, hands-on professional development program is designed to equip K-12 teachers with the knowledge and... [read more]
The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business will host the second free summer Economics Institute for Educators on Aug. 5-9. The event is open to current kindergarten-through-12th grade, in-service and pre-service teachers in greater Harnett, Wake and surrounding counties. Read full article here.
NEW YORK and BOSTON (July 31, 2019) -- Girls, who too-often struggle with personal finance and are wary of financial careers, will be getting a needed boost in their classrooms nationwide, thanks to a merger of two nonprofit financial education organizations: the Council for Economic Education (CEE... [read more]
Raleigh, NC. – July 23, 2019 – Capital Bank, part of the First Horizon family of companies, is supporting the North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE) through a $25,000 grant. This will help the NCCEE to provide professional development to high school teachers. New legislation, SL 2019... [read more]
By DeJuan Hoggard
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- In downtown Raleigh, House lawmakers are debating House Bill 924 - legislation that would require high school students take and pass a financial literacy course prior to earning their diploma... [read more]
Wilkes County NC teacher George Visnic was featured in the National Personal Finance Challenge video! We are so proud of his students for earning the NC State Champions Title. They had a great time in Nebraska!
Durham NC-NCCEE and Fidelity Investments partnered to provide a full day of professional development for NC teachers focusing on personal finance content and pedagogy.
The workshop was well received with one teacher stating “This was the best workshop I have attended in Years!” read more.
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.