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Virginia Economics Challenge

The Governor’s Challenge is now The Virginia Economics Challenge. Join us to find out what the program will look like for the 2024 academic year.

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Virginia Council on Economic Education Center for Economic Education

Oct 20, 2023
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Grade Level: High School
Potential Recertification Credits: 1


The Virginia Economics Challenge, formerly known as The Governor’s Challenge, is a platform for high school students to demonstrate their knowledge of economic literacy by competing in groups of four with their peers from across The Commonwealth, and ultimately the nation.

Competing teams use the tools of economic analysis to think logically, use data smartly, and build analytic and problem-solving skills.

Join us to find out how you can allow your students to shine while being tested on key micro and macroeconomic principles, as well as their knowledge of the world economy.


Instructor: O. Kate Scott, VCEE Vice President of Programs
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O. Kate Scott, VCEE Vice President of Programs
Center for Economic Education
Virginia Council on Economic Education

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