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NCCEE News

Campbell Business co-hosts professional development session for high school teachers. [read more]
Buies Creek – March 16, 2015 – Campbell Business co-hosts professional development session for high school teachers. Read full ariticle here. [read more]
Raleigh, NC - Welcome General Assembly Members! The Capitol Challenge of the Stock Market Game™ is underway, view current rankings here.  [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.  Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver... [read more]
North Carolina General Assembly Members and Students Partner to Compete in the Fourth Annual Stock Market Game Capitol Challenge. Read press release here.  [read more]
RALEIGH — Seven North Carolina high school students won highest honors in the statewide Hop on the BUS!  Business plan competition. Read the full story here. [read more]
We are pleased to announce the winners of the SIFMA Foundation's Stock Market Game™ program for the Fall 2014 session. Congratulations to all participants! It was truly a race to the finish with many changes in the last couple of weeks. The top three teams in each grade level according to their... [read more]
2014 Q3 NCCEE Newsletter [read more]
Thanks to Lieutenant Governor Dan Forests for hosting the NCCEE's Inaugural Financial Literacy Reception at the Hawkins-Hartness House. Special thanks to our event sponsors: State Farm, Prudential, Coastal Federal Credit Union and the North Carolina Beer and Wine Wholesalers Association. [read more]
The Ferguson-Easley Elementary Allstars’ Green Team, competing with more than 5,000 fellow Stock Market Game teams and more than 20,000 competitors, was recognized May 16 in Greensboro by the North Carolina Council on Economic Education as a first-place winner in the elementary school category.... [read more]

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