Personal Finance Institute 2015 $100 Stipend
This institute provides a four-day, in-depth study of the 14 areas of instruction required by the Passport to Financial Literacy legislation. It addresses the Oklahoma State Standards for Personal Finance and examines various curricula available to implement personal finance education in grades 7-12. The course also provides teachers with copies of various curricula and resources aligned with Oklahoma standards. A $100 stipend will be awarded to all who complete the course. The 2015 Institute will be held June 22-25, 2015. For more information click here.
Become a Friend of OCEE Today!
Friends of OCEE are a group of community supporters that believe in the OCEE mission of promoting economic and financial literacy for all Oklahomans. Friends of OCEE is ideal for past board members, retired teachers or other community members that want to support the OCEE mission but are not able to make an invested time commitment. Friends of OCEE support the mission by: Making a donation pledge annually Staying up-to-date on OCEE events and accomplishments Supporting/Promoting OCEE community events and fundraisers Click here to download the Friends of OCEE Info Page and sign up form.
MoneyIsOk.org for Classroom Teachers
OCEE invites you to check out our new site designed for classroom teachers implementing HB 1476: Oklahoma’s Passport to Financial Literacy. Included on this site is a listing of teacher resources for each of the 14 areas of instruction required for high school graduation. This site consists of an extensive library of resources all under one location. Oklahoma Nonprofit Launches New Website & Offers Teachers Solutions The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education (OCEE) has launched a new website – http://www.moneyisok.org-- to help Oklahoma teachers implement the newly mandated Personal Financial Literacy state standards. Funded by Tinker Federal Credit Union, the new web ...
The Real Meaning of Community Service: The Economic and Financial Impact of the Oklahoma City Bombing
It’s been 20 years since the OKC Bombing. As our we take this time to remember and reflect on the impact made, we wanted to share this classroom lesson created by one of our OCEE Master Teachers in a project partnership between the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and OCEE. The Real Meaning of Community […]
Attention Oklahoma High School Educators: The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Oklahoma City Branch are pleased to invite you to participate in the l Outstanding Economics Student Awards Program. This award program recognizes outstanding students and highlights the importance of an economic way of thinking. The awards are part […]
Thursday, April 30th, 2015 – Oklahoma City Click Here for More Information and to Register
Look forward to seeing all our Social Studies educators on March 28, 2015 at the OU Campus, Norman/Center for Continuing Education We have exciting day of social studies education professional development! Breakout sessions will include topics related to civics, economics, financial literacy, geography and history. Session Guide 2015 (as of 3.10.15) To register please click […]