Nebraska Council on Economic Education

Nebraska Council on
Economic Education

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LEADING THE WAY IN ECONOMICS

Throughout five centers for economic education, the council provides resources for professional development, graduate education, workshops, classroom activities and academic competitions for teachers and students in K-12 and post-secondary institutions. Contact us if you need additional information, would like to sponsor an event or would like to help support the council and our mission.

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Understanding Global Economic Issues

Understanding Global Economic Issues

Saturday, October 24, 2020, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Sandhills Global | Cyber Center Building 123 W. Harvest Drive Lincoln NE 68521

  • $200 stipend
  • face coverings and social distancing required
  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks
  • Lessons and activity handouts
  • Connections to Nebraska Standards in Economics
  • Graduate credit available

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Partnership Summit

Partnership Summit

November 12, 2020, 3-4:30 p.m.

Guest speakers:

  • John Murante, Nebraska State Treasurer
  • Dr. Eric Thompson, Director – Bureau of Business Research at UNL, Associate Professor of Economics
  • Ashley Frevert, Executive Director, Community Action of Nebraska

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Investing 101 for Teachers

Investing 101 for Teachers

December 5, 2020, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Mid Plains Community College, North Platte

  • Increase your effectiveness as an investor and an educator
  • $150 stipend
  • Lunch and snacks will be provided
  • Hear from industry professionals on investment strategies

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The mission of the Nebraska Council on Economic Education is to act as a catalyst and lead a statewide initiative to advance economic and financial literacy.

Mission

The mission of the Nebraska Council on Economic Education is to act as a catalyst and lead a statewide initiative to advance economic and financial literacy.

Values

We believe that students should develop economic ways of thinking and problem solving that they can use in their lives as consumers, savers, investors, members of the workforce, responsible citizens and effective participants in the state, national, and global economy.

Vision

To ensure that all students from kindergarten through high school have an ongoing education and programs in economics and personal finance. Further, we work to enhance teachers’ understanding of the subject matter and their ability to teach economics and personal finance concepts.

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Nebraska Bankers Association Faculty Fellow
Nebraska Council on Economic Education President
Assistant Professor of Practice in Economics
HLH 525 G
P.O. Box 880489
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489
402-472-3805

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