Posts Tagged ‘Personal Finance’

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$30 Sponsors one student team to participate in the Stock Market Game.
$75 Supports one teacher to receive OCEE curriculum and resources.
$150 Sponsors one teacher to receive professional development in personal finance or economics.
$250 Enables 1 student team to attend an OCEE Competition such as the Personal Finance Challenge.
$1,250 Send a teacher to CEE’s Annual Conference & Professional Development


More than half of millennials (about 54 percent) say debt is their “biggest financial concern.”

Only fifty-nine percent of the young adults in Generation Y (ages eighteen to twenty-one) pay their bills on time every month.

Roughly half of Oklahoma 18 year-olds who have a credit account are 90 or more days behind on a payment.

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.

Click Here to View all OCEE Events and Trainings


2013 Personal Finance Institute Graduates

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The Personal Finance Institute, sponsored by the Cherokee Nation Foundation,  is an 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.
2013 Personal Finance Institute Graduates

Irving Baccus, Capitol Hill HS, Oklahoma City

Clarence Britt, Metro Career Academy, Oklahoma City

Lydia Carey

Donna Evans, Lawton HS, Lawton

Beth Evans, Edmond Memorial HS, Edmond

Barbara Heidebrecht, Western Heights Academy, Western Heights

Cody Little, Mustang Middle School, Mustang

Sheadrian Moore, UCOIN Program

Mary Patman, Granite High School, Granite

Brent Rempe, Union Public Schools, Tulsa

Kathy Risner, Broken Arrow HS, Broken Arrow

Loretta Siltman, Eisenhower High School, Lawton

David Smith, Sequoyah Schools, Tahlequah

Shelly Thompson, Putnam City High School, Oklahoma City

Thomas Thompson, Yukon HS, Yukon

Cheryl Zimmerman, Eisenhower High School, Lawton

Personal Finance Institute – June 24-27, 2013

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Teachers: Discover Personal Finance like you’ve never see it before! The Personal Finance Institute provides a four-day, in-depth study of the 14 areas of instruction required by the Passport to Financial Literacy legislation.

Visit the PFI Information Page for more information.