VCEE recognizes teachers around the state with the most creative economics-related lessons, mini-grant winners, and the 2015 Outstanding Economic Educator of the Year, Terri Sue O’Hara from E.C.Glass High School in Lynchburg. Click here for the full list of outstanding educators, along with their winning lesson plans.
Terri Sue O’Hara, an Economics and Personal Finance teacher at EC Glass High School in Lynchburg, has been named VCEE’s 2015 Outstanding Economics Educator of the Year. Read about the award in The News & Advance.
VCEE was featured in CQ Weekly’sFinancial Literacy Courses Take Hold in Schools. Congressional Quarterly is a well-respected Capitol Hill publisher reporting on issues of national interest, with several reference platforms both in print and online.