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ASHEBORO, N.C. — Earlier this week, the stock market hit an all time high and a group Southmont Elementary School students in Mrs. Tyndall’s stock market class were watching closely. Mrs. Tyndall also has stock market classes that she coaches at Tabernacle Elementary School. She encourages other... [read more]
The North Carolina Jump$tart Coalition annually presents an award to an individual or organization that has made outstanding contributions in educating the youth of North Carolina about personal finances. If you would like to nominate someone for this year’s award, please complete the attached... [read more]
For Immediate Release 2/21/13 The North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE) today announced its second annual Capitol Challenge of the Stock Market Game™. Student teams throughout the state have been paired with NC General Assembly members to compete with their peers for portfolio growth... [read more]
On January 28, 2013, Wharton Gladden hosted the 2013 Economic Forecast for the Piedmont-Triad area at the Piedmont Club in Winston-Salem. Algenon Cash of Wharton Gladden and Mark Vitner of Wells Fargo both provided economic outlooks for 2013. Sandy Wheat of NCCEE, spoke to the more than 100... [read more]
December 10, 2012 – We are pleased to announce the winners of the SIFMA Foundation's Stock Market Game(tm) program for the Fall 2012 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... [read more]
Raleigh, N.C. –– The North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE) announced today that Kathy Heyse of Union County has won the 2012 Economic Educator of the Year in the elementary education division. Heyse is a third grade teacher at Sun Valley High School in Monroe. Read full article... [read more]
October 24, 2012,Raleigh--NCCEE hosted a breakfast event featuring the Honorable Janet Cowell, Treasurer, State of North Carolina. A group of about 120 finance industry professionals gathered at NCSU's University Club to hear Treasurer Cowell discuss the challenges and successes of managing a... [read more]
NEW YORK, September 5, 2012 – This year, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) made its debut appearance at one of the nation’s largest political forums, the Democratic National Convention (DNC). CEE invited two distinguished groups of panelists to both the DNC and Republican National Convention... [read more]
Wilmington, N.C. –– On June 23, The North Carolina Council on Economic Education, NCCEE provide the resource Focus: Globalization as well as training on how to utilize the resource with area teachers in Wilmington. The program was presented via a partnership between NCCEE, New Hanover County... [read more]
Stephen Day, NCCEE's Program Director, demonstrates a lesson from Virtual Economics 4.0. A NEW EDITION of Virtual Economics! Educators from Durham, Alamance, Chapel Hill-Carrboro, and Orange county schools attended at the DPS Staff Development Center. To view a list of workshops available, visit... [read more]

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