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The Council on Economic Education (CEE) – formerly The National Council on Economic Education (NCEE) – is a nationwide
network that leads in promoting economic literacy with students and
their teachers. CEE's mission is to help students develop the real-life
skills they need to succeed: to be able to think and choose responsibly
as consumers, savers, investors, citizens, members of the workforce,
and effective participants in a global economy.
EconEdLink is a program of the National Council on Economic
Education and a member of the MarcoPolo consortium. Centered on curriculum
standards and the essential principles of economics, EconEdLink provides
a premiere source of classroom-tested, internet-based economic lesson
materials for K - 12 teachers and their students.
ECONnections contains standards-based lesson plans adapted
from NCEE printed materials for the Internet with interactive activities
for students. http://www.e-connections.org
The Wall Street Journal Classroom Edition is a useful source
for educational, editorial and graphic content. The Classroom Edition
newspaper contains business, economics and finance articles written
by award-winning Wall Street Journal reporters, with an eye toward
the interests of today's teenagers. The web site edition blends stories
from the newspaper with original content-including links to daily
news headlines, a Site of the Day, columns written by Classroom Edition
editors and interactive features.
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