For more than 50 years, the Council for Economic Education
has been calling attention to the need to educate our young people effectively
in the skills of economics and personal finance and showing how that need can
best be met. This new program, developed by the Council for Economic Education
and sponsored by the State
Farm®, helps to bring economics and personal
finance into the mathematics classroom.
The Council for Economic Education envisions a world in which people are empowered through economic and financial literacy to make informed and responsible choices throughout their lives as consumers, savers, investors, workers, citizens, and participants in our global economy.
The mission of the Council for Economic Education is two-fold: To advocate for better and greater school-based economic and personal finance education at the K-12 level; and to educate young people in the United States and around the world, primarily through well-prepared teachers, so they may become empowered with economic and financial literacy.
The Council for Economic Education offers comprehensive, best-in-class K-12 economic and personal finance education programs, including the basics of entrepreneurship, consisting of teaching resources across the curriculum, professional development for teachers, and nationally-normed assessment instruments. Each year, the Councils programs reach more than 150,000 K-12 teachers and over 15 million students in the United States and in more than 30 other countries. These programs are delivered through a diversified system: directly from the Council, through a network of affiliated state Councils and university-based Centers for Economic Education, and through other partner organizations.
For more information visit: www.councilforeconed.org
The Council for Economic Education gratefully acknowledges the support of State Farm® in the development of Virtual Economics®.
For more information visit: www.statefarm.com