(In partnership with Next Gen Personal Finance)
Five Resources in Fifty Minutes: February 23, 2021
Teaching Through NGPF Arcade Games: March 23, 2021
Virtual FinCamp: April 17, 2021
(In partnership with CEE and Foundation for Economic Education)
How Economic Freedom makes the World a Better Place, Antony Davies: April 13, 2021
Economic Institutions and Why They Matter, Signe Thomas: April 20, 2021
Economic Freedom and How It Impacts Women’s Lives, Signe Thomas: April 27, 2021
NJCEE is uniquely positioned to provide students the tools necessary to successfully navigate the 21st century economy and to reach their full potential.
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NJCEE strives to empower our students with the skills necessary to transform their lives. Building their learning and career capital will have a lasting benefit on the future of New Jersey.
The New Jersey Council for Economic Education’s purpose is to enhance the knowledge and capabilities of New Jersey students. As an affiliate of CEE, the leading k-12 economic education organization in the United States, NJCEE is uniquely positioned to provide students the tools necessary to successfully navigate the 21st century economy and to reach their full potential as employees, entrepreneurs, investors, and civic-minded individuals.
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The New Jersey Council for Economic Education is committed to helping teachers meet the State’s mandate that requires financial literacy instruction. Faced with the challenge of continuing this important work during the pandemic, NJCEE transformed their typically held in-person summer teacher training sessions to remote learning.
This Family-At-Home Financial Fun Pack is a curated set of materials from the Council for Economic Education (CEE) and a few of its friends that we think are well suited for families to enjoy on their own. You will find family activities, games, worksheets, and suggested books for your child or anyone sheltering together to enjoy and learn from. You can easily select activities to help your children acquire the tools to live a life of opportunity – and have some fun along the way.