Register now for the Financial Literacy and Economic Education Conference

May 30, 2017 at 3:12 pm

Register now for the Council for Economic Education’s 56th Annual Financial Literacy & Economic Education Conference.

The Financial Literacy & Economic Education conference is scheduled for October 6-7 in Brooklyn, New York and will include over 100 workshops where attendees will learn to integrate personal finance and economics into the classroom.

Other reasons to attend include the following.

  • Outstanding networking opportunities – meet with other teachers and learn how they’re tackling the challenges of economic and financial literacy education.
  • Conference sessions and workshops will provide actionable tactics that will help incorporate economics and financial literacy in classes.
  • Gain valuable perspectives from the impressive line up of guest speakers.
  • Earn certificates of completion that may be applied toward CEU requirements.

To register, click here. Registration includes all conference sessions, the Friday evening reception, the awards dinner, the teacher’s breakfast and the teacher’s recognition luncheon. Register before June 30 and save 10 percent when using the code: Educator at checkout.

For questions, please contact Rosalie Polanco at rpolanco@councilforeconed.org.

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