Posts Tagged ‘Financial Literacy’

Back to School with Financial Literacy Lunch

Join us on August 30 to support OCEE’s training and programs to strengthen personal finance and economic education in our state!

Our keynote speaker will be Oklahoma State Treasurer Ken Miller, a strong advocate for the OCEE mission who believes that students should be empowered by money, not overwhelmed by it.

When young people have the knowledge to achieve their dreams, it helps grow our economy and that is good for all of us.

Please RSVP to your table host or at econed@uco.edu

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

 

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Summer Social Studies Conference

Media Literacy:
Teaching in a World of Fake News

Friday, July 21, 2017
9:00 AM CDT2:30 PM CDT
Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.

University of Central Oklahoma – College of Business Building
100 N. University Dr.
EdmondOK 73034

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Join the movement to make personal finance and economic education a priority in our schools!

 

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What if we were able reach and teach every student in the State of Oklahoma about personal finance and economics? Imagine how robust our state’s economy would be, the businesses created and the citizenry capable of making better decisions as savers, investors, borrowers, voters, and participants in our economy.

At OCEE, community leaders like you join forces to make personal finance and economic education a priority in our schools. Our donors are inspiring Oklahoma students to understand our global economy enabling them to be successful contributors to our state.

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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 Service: The Economic and Financial Impact of the Oklahoma City Bombing

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