About CEE

The Council for Economic Education’s (CEE’s) mission is to teach K-12 students about economics and personal finance–and we have been doing so for nearly 70 years. Our goal is to reach and teach every child in every district and school so that they can make better decisions for themselves, their families and their communities.

CEE carries out its mission by educating the educators: providing the curriculum tools, the pedagogical support, and the community of peers that instruct, inspire, and guide. We strive to meet the teachers where they are with what they need. All resources and programs are developed by educators, and delivered by our 188 affiliates across the country in every state. We reach over 55,000 K-12 teachers a year through in-person professional development, and those teachers, in turn, reach approximately 5 million students throughout the country. Nearly 2/3 of these educators come from schools serving large numbers of low- and moderate-income students. EconEdLink–our free, online educator gateway for economic and personal finance lessons and resources– attracts more than 1 million unique visitors each year.

The conference features a diverse selection of professional development workshops on economic and financial literacy geared for elementary, middle and high school levels. Topics include pedagogy and resources, curriculum strategy for schools/school districts, teaching strategies, assessment and research, new programs and best practices. In addition to the workshops, outstanding speakers address current economic and financial topics to enable educators to bring these perspectives back to their classrooms. The conference also features special round-table sessions led by master teachers to discuss shared issues and successes, and informal opportunities for networking.

2019 Conference Highlights:

  • Access to over 50 workshops where you can learn to integrate personal finance and economics into your classes
  • Outstanding networking opportunities – meet with other teachers and learn how they’re tackling the challenges of economic and financial literacy education for K-12 students.
  • Conference sessions and workshops provide actionable tactics that will help you incorporate economics and financial literacy in your classes.
  • Gain valuable perspectives from our impressive roster of guest speakers.
  • You’ll receive an electronic Certificate of Attendance
  • Affordable Registration fee includes: all conference sessions; the Networking Breakfast on Friday and Saturday, the Opening Plenary Session, the Teachers’ Recognition Luncheon and the Teachers Round-tables.

The conference features a diverse selection of professional development workshops on economic and financial literacy geared for elementary, middle and high school levels. Topics include pedagogy and resources, curriculum strategy for schools/school districts, teaching strategies, assessment and research, new programs and best practices. In addition to the workshops, outstanding speakers address current economic and financial topics to enable educators to bring these perspectives back to their classrooms. The conference also features special round-table sessions led by master teachers to discuss shared issues and successes, and informal opportunities for networking.
2019 Conference Highlights:
 

  • Access to over 50 workshops where you can learn to integrate personal finance and economics into your classes
  • Outstanding networking opportunities – meet with educators and learn how they’re tackling the challenges of economic and financial literacy education for K-12 students.
  • Conference sessions and workshops provide actionable tactics that will help you incorporate economics and financial literacy in your classes.
  • Gain valuable perspectives from our impressive roster of guest speakers.
  • You’ll receive an electronic Certificate of Attendance
  • Affordable Registration fee includes: all conference sessions; the Networking Breakfasts and Luncheons on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and the Opening Plenary Session.


The Council for Economic Education