Raleigh, NC - April 23, 2015 NCCEE announces the winning teams for 2015 NC Peronal Finance Challenge State Championship. High school teams across the state competed for bragging right of the State Champions. Congratulations to all teams that competed in a quiz bow style competitiona the Fedreal... [read more]
Raleigh, NC-The NCCEE announces that after 10 weeks of learning, trading, and investing, the Capitol Challenge of the Stock Market Game™ is over! The legislative members, teachers, and student teams had a great time learning about stocks, bonds, and mutual funds while competing against other teams... [read more]
We are pleased to announce the winners of the SIFMA Foundation's Stock Market Game™ program for the Spring 2015 and the 2014-2015 Yearlong sessions. Congratulations to all participants! It was truly a race to the finish with many changes in the last couple of weeks. The winners in category... [read more]
Raleigh, NC - April 7, 2015 NCCEE announces the winning teams for the preliminary round of the 2015 NC Peronal Finance Challenge. High school teams across the state competed for one of eight spots to advance to the State Championship and middle school teams competed for the bragging rights of State... [read more]
Raleigh, NC - NCCEE announces the 2015 NCCEE Economics Challenge State Champions. The NC Economics Challenge was held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Charlotte Branch on March 30. Congratulations to our winning teams and finalists! The Adam Smith Division winners were Team Marvin Rich from... [read more]
Raleigh, NC - March 18, 2015 NCCEE announces the winning teams for the preliminary round of the 2015 NC Economics Challenge. Teams across the state competed for one of eight spots to advance to the State Championship.Congratulations to the advancing teams in the David Ricardo and Adam Smith ... [read more]
Stock Market game: A Highland School of Technology team recently beat nearly 1,000 other teams in the state to earn second place in the Fall 2014 Stock Market Game, sponsored by the North Carolina Council on Economic Education. Read full story here.
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