Raleigh, NC - March 30, 2016 NCCEE announces the winning teams for 2016 NC Personal Finance Challenge Middle School Division State Championship. Middle school teams across the state competed for bragging rights of the State Champions. Congratulations to all teams that competed in an online... [read more]
Raleigh, NC - April 8, 2016 NCCEE announces the winning teams for 2016 NC Personal Finance Challenge State Championship. High school teams across the state competed for bragging rights of the State Champions. Congratulations to all teams that competed in a quiz bow style competition the Federal... [read more]
It’s the first time organizations around North Carolina are coming together to host free financial literacy and educational events as part of the public awareness campaign. Ally Financial (NYSE:ALLY) worked with the N.C. Council for Economic Education to organize the week of events. The lender has... [read more]
For the first time, the annual Money Smart Week is coming to North Carolina. And Ally Financial is helping to lead the charge.
Organizations around North Carolina will come together to host free educational events from April 23 to April 30. Ally (NYSE:ALLY) is partnering with the N.C. Council for... [read more]
CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time, the annual Money Smart Week® (MSW) public awareness program will have an official presence in North Carolina this year, led by a planning team of financial institutions, community organizations and libraries. Co-chairing the... [read more]
This article highlights how 6th grade teacher April Higgins learned to teach economic theory to her children via CEE's professional development workshops. Findings from CEE's 2016 Survey of the States are cited throughout the article and bring attention to our core mission. The article makes a... [read more]
SANFORD — A team from Central Carolina Community College won a collegiate division in recent competition of the Stock Market Game. Read full The Sanford Herald article here and The Dunn Daily Record here.
Congatulations to all winners, program was made possible by the support of First Bank in the Community College competition, Ally in the title I Elementary school grades and Coastal Federal Credit Union Foundation in the Triangle Challenge.View winners HERE.
As an advocate of financial literacy, NCCEE strives to keep policy makers informed of the importance of economic and financial education. Reception was held at the Hawkins-Hartness House in Raleigh on April 21, 2015 from 5:30-7:30.