THERE ARE A NUMBER OF EXCITING EVENTS QUICKLY APPROACHING AND WE HOPE THAT YOU WILL CONSIDER PARTICIPATING OR SUPPORTING LCEE
July 31- August 1 The 2014 Teaching and Learning Conference at McNeese University https://www.mcneese.edu/literacy
August 23 CARC/BRACTM Mini-conference at LSU Lab http://bractm.weebly.com/uploads/8/3/9/4/8394575/miniconferenceregistration13-14-3.pdf
September 15 LCEE 10th Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament at Lakewood Golf Club, New Orleans, Registration/donation information on our Golf page
September 23 Stock Market Game Workshop at Southeastern Louisiana University http://www.southeastern.edu/acad_research/programs/noncredit/courselist/stockmarket/index.html
DATE TBA Stock Market Game Workshop at McNeese State University information available soon or contact email@example.com
October 3 “Financial Education Bootcamp: Fiscal Fitness for You and Your Classroom” Baton Rouge http://jumpstart.org/financial-boot-camp-2014.html
October 23-24 Louisiana Council for Social Studies 2014 Conference, Kenner, LA http://www.louisianasocialstudies.com/lcss-conference.html
Be on the lookout for more “Cajunomics” lessons coming soon! Please contact us if you are interested in helping to “field test” a lesson in your classroom.
An affiliate of the Council of Economic Education, LCEE is a statewide 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to provide free workshops, in-service training and curricula in the area of personal finance and economic literacy for K-12 teachers in public private, parochial home and charter schools. Our primary means of reaching teachers is through economic workshops, the first of which was held in June 1965 at Tulane University. Our programming arms at various accredited colleges and universities throughout Louisiana enable us to bring the highest level of professional development opportunities to educators, and provide them with free teaching materials aligned to the Common Core standards and matched to meet or exceed state Grade Level Exceptions and benchmarks.
To help Louisiana’s K-12 students develop economic literacy as a critical component in their lives as consumers, savers, investors, members of the workforce, responsible citizens, and effective participants in the Louisiana and global economies.
Develop the citizenry of Louisiana to have the knowledge, understanding, and skills to make informed economic choices.