Every two years, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) conducts a comprehensive look into the state of K-12 economic and financial education in the United States, collecting data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The biennial Survey of the States serves as an important benchmark for our progress, revealing both how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go. There has been notable progress since the first survey was published in 1998, yet the pace of change has slowed.
For more information on the survey, click here to visit the Council of Economic Education website.
The San Diego Center for Economics Education continues its support of History Day through the recognition of economics themes in students projects. The following students were given awards for their outstanding work.
Junior Individual Website
George Fratian, Mesa Verde Middle School,
Project: “Hitler’s Left-hand General: Erwin Rommel”
Junior Group Exhibit
Alexis Dominguez and Gabrielle Magers. Oak Grove Middle School
Project: “George Washington: A Legacy of War, Presidency & Prosperity’
Junior Group Documentary
Eleanor Hansen, Amanda Wasserman, Anika Heidt and Cleo Chaplin. Francis Parker School
Project: “Dual Visions of a Revolution: Fidel Castro, Che Guevara, and the Leadership of the Cuban Revolution”
Senior Group Exhibit
Olivia Ghosh, Pedro Gallardo, Soren Hansen, Robert Brownlie and Zach Bernstein. Francis Parker School,
Project: “Ho Chi Minh”