Posts Tagged ‘High School Economics’

Time to Nominate Outstanding Economics Students!

UPDATE! Deadline Extended to Friday, May 1st.

In response to the COVID-19 school closures we have updated the application and how students will be honored.

OCEE and the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Oklahoma City Branch are pleased to invite you to participate in the tenth annual Outstanding Economics Student Awards Program. Each school is invited to select one student to receive this award. In lieu of our annual award dinner, your honored student will receive an award packet to celebrate their achievement.

In recognizing these outstanding students, we highlight the importance of an economic way of thinking. The award is a part of the comprehensive economic education programs of the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and the Federal Reserve Bank. Enclosed you will find the criteria for the selection of your student.

For more information, visit the Outstanding Economics Student Awards Program Page.

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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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Personal Financial Literacy Workshop Spring Dates

Workshops in Ardmore, OKC, Enid and Tulsa. This engaging one-day workshop will PFL provide teachers with ready-to-use lesson plans, ideas and resources to meet Oklahoma State Standards for teaching the Passport to Personal Financial Literacy.

Each teacher will receive the curriculum Financial Fitness for Life. Financial Fitness for Life is a nationally award-winning personal finance curriculum that teaches students how to apply economic reasoning and personal finance decision making skills to the real world of earning and spending money.

Substitute stipends are available up to $65.

Each participant will receive CEE’s Virtual Economics 4.0 software ($109 value) that includes Financial Fitness for Life Curriculum and various other curriculum resources. A light breakfast and a lunch will be provided.

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