We are here to help you teach economics to students of all ages
Monetary and fiscal policies affect people’s choices.
This is the eighth of nine economic principles. It sounds a bit ominous, but simply means that students need to know which economic indicators to understand and how to connect them to the bigger issues they hear in the news so they can make better decisions.
When you join California Council on Economic Education, CCEE, you’ll receive emails from our staff that share timely economic indicators, news articles and related resources to use in your classroom to help your high school students understand economic events happening today, how to interpret them and why they should care.
Please feel free to contact one of our staff where you seek more information or assistance.
William F. Coffin
Dr. Jim Charkins
|Director of Development
Director of Teacher Relations
Our staff is dedicated to our Strategic Goals. Take a moment to see how we plan to reach one million students by 2015.