VCEE is the primary resource for Virginia’s K-12 teachers and school divisions seeking training and classroom resources for economic and financial education, at little or no cost thanks to financial support from partners.
VCEE supports a statewide network of Centers for Economic Education located at colleges and universities around Virginia. Institutes held at the Centers provide training and resources, and staff help facilitate efforts with local school divisions.
Mini-Economy BOOT CAMP: Creating a Classroom Economics Experience / Sep 30, 2016 - Oct 02, 2016
Fundamentals Of Environmental Economics / Oct 06, 2016
Understanding Fiscal Responsibility / Oct 10, 2016
Reading Makes Cent$: Decision-Making Lessons / Oct 11, 2016
Students explain how economic education changed their lives and helps them feel better prepared for the future.
Students in grades 4-12 manage a simulated investment portfolio and compete with teams across the state. In this popular program of real-world skill, students learn saving and investing, sharpen math and research skills, and see market forces at work. Workshops for teachers also available.