2nd Annual Financial Literacy Reception
Co-hosted by Lt. Governor Dan Forest
April 21, 2015 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Hawkins-Hartness House, Raleigh NC
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Since 1970, the North Carolina Council on Economic Education (NCCEE) has been committed to bringing economic, financial, and entrepreneurship education to every classroom in North Carolina. We are a non-profit, educational organization offering a variety of programs designed to teach students how to make wise decisions that will impact the rest of their lives. In 2014, NCCEE provided professional development for 875 NC teachers who in turn reached more than 105,000 students, the majority of whom were low to moderate income students. View the full report here.
Are you a K-12 teacher in North Carolina? If you are interested in attending economic and financial literacy workshops and courses or are interested in bringing competitions and more to your students, NCCEE offers all the resources you'll need. Request a speaker or explore our curriculum offerings, workshops and academic competitions to get started.
If you have a passion for economic education and would like to be a volunteer with NCCEE, we’d love to hear from you.
Whether you’re interested in teaching financial literacy or volunteering your time at an event, we truly appreciate your investment in the education of North Carolina’s students.
Are you interested in becoming a supporter of the North Carolina Council on Economic Education? There are a number of ways you can contribute to NCCEE, including becoming a member or sponsor or donating to our non-profit organization.
All donations to NCCEE are completely tax deductible and are vital in bringing economic education programs to primary and secondary school classrooms across North Carolina.