|Grantee Name:||Council for Economic Education|
|Program Contact:|| Christopher Caltabiano|
Vice President for Program Administration
|Mailing Address:||1140 Avenue of the Americas|
New York, NY 10036
The Council for Economic Education (CEE) promotes economic and financial literacy among K-12 students to help them develop skills they need to become knowledgeable consumers, savers, investors, and effective participants in a global economy.
CEE provides economic and financial literacy programs through its network of State Councils and over 200 University based centers, mainly by training teachers. Through its extensive network, CEE annually trains thousands of teachers who have reached millions of students.
CEE also reaches out to other educational organizations that promote economic and financial literacy to establish partnerships to help them expand their programs and develop new ones. CEE also seeks to support state and local providers of economic, financial, and entrepreneurship education; sponsor activities to foster more research in financial and economic education programs; and encourage professional development among K-12 educators.
As stipulated by the Excellence in Economic Education Program legislation, CEE conducts annual competitions to fund approximately 90 subgrants. Eligible subgrantees organizations include: state educations agencies, local educational agencies, and State or local economic, personal finance or entrepreneurial education organization. The subgrants will be awarded in one or more of the following categories:
- Teacher Training Workshops;
- School-based Student Activities;
- Distribution of Curriculum and Teaching Materials;
- Replication of Best Practices;
- Economic and Financial Literacy Research; and
- Evaluations of Impact of Economic and Financial Literacy Education on Students.
For more information regarding application procedures for the subgrant competition, please visit the CEE website.