The Nebraska Council on Economic Education supports five Centers for Economic Education throughout the state. These centers work closely with and partner with educators in their regions to provide world-class economic and financial literacy education programs to K-12 students here in Nebraska.
Each center provides unique programs and resources that complement the skills, talents and needs of their communities. Nebraska is fortunate to have some of the best and most respected centers in the nation that are led by the finest economic educators available.
Please visit each Center's webpage by clicking on the logos above and learn what they can offer you.
To learn more about our Lincoln center, click here.
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To learn more about our Kearney Center, click here.
Gary DusekCSC Center Administrator
The Center for Economic Education at the Chadron State College goals have been to increase the economic literacy, financial literacy, entrepreneurship literacy and critical thinking skills of teachers, students and the general public in our service region.
Our goals were achieved through undergraduate courses, graduate courses, workshops and distribution of educational materials from the National Council on Economic Education, Nebraska Council on Economic Education, Federal Reserve System and center for Economic Education.
The center has scheduled a graduate course each summer (June) with the focus on certified K-12 Nebraska teachers. The Topics course content has varied each summer with the Guffey Scholarship available for certified K-12 Nebraska teachers and administrators. Master of Business Administration students have utilized the course as part of their Plan of Study for the MBA program at Chadron State.
The center has hosted and coordinated the Annual World Food Day Teleconference each year in October. Each spring the center provided an Economics exam to the area high school students as part of the Scholastics Day at Chadron State College. Traditionally, the center has been a strong advocate and supporter of the Stock Market Game and served as a mentor for the Game.
Chadron State College
Division of Business and Economics
Chadron, NE 69337
Administrator: Gary A. Dusek — email@example.com
The mission of the Wayne State College center for Economic Education is to promote a better understanding of economics and our economic system. We are a resource for schools, ESU units, and adult groups throughout Northeast Nebraska.
The Wayne State center has hosted workshops and teleconferences on various methods of infusing economics into the K-12 curriculum, provided pre-service teacher training, offered graduate courses on Economic Education for teachers, and Stock Market Game training.
Wayne State College
Department of Business and Economics
Wayne, NE 68787
Director: Chuck Parker — firstname.lastname@example.org
Pat Arneson — email@example.com
Chuck ParkerWSC Center Director