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Why give?
Click here to learn about the return on investment that comes with supporting GCEE (.pdf file)

Thanks to your generosity, almost all Georgia Council on Economic Education workshops and classroom teaching materials are free to Georgia teachers and their schools. Private funds also mean very low fees for special classroom programs like the Georgia Stock Market Game.

For more than 30 years, businesses, foundations and individuals have contributed to support the Council’s efforts. Contributors know the Georgia Council [a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization] is an efficient and effective steward of the funds they’ve invested in it over the years. The Council is recognized as a national leader, and its service to Georgia teachers makes it a role model for other states.

2013-2015 Campaign Co-Chairs
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Loren Starr
Senior Managing Director & CFO, Invesco Ltd.

Kirby Thompson
Senior Vice President- Community and Government Affairs, SunTrust Bank

Research-based Results

Why give to the Georgia Council on Economic Education?  When you provide your support to an organization, you want to see results.  You want to have confidence that your contribution will accomplish something positive that will benefit those you want to help.  Giving to GCEE means your contribution will help teachers teach economics and financial literacy to K-12 students in the Peach State so that students are prepared to take their place in a globally interdependent economy they understand better.  Click here to see what your support can do.  

In a study by Dr. John Swinton, Director of the Center for Economic Education at Georgia College and State University, a team of researchers examined approximately 180,000 test scores over three years, measuring the impact of GCEE programming in terms of changes in student test scores on the End-of-Course Test (EOCT).  The researchers found that students of teachers who attended GCEE workshops performed significantly higher statistically on the EOCT than students whose teachers had never attended a GCEE workshop.  Researchers also found that the more workshops teachers attended, the better their students performed on the EOCT.  You can read about the findings here. 

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At an October 2011 meeting, GCEE Executive Director Dr. David Martin (right) presents State School Superintendent Dr. John Barge (left) with research findings that show students of teachers who take a GCEE workshop do better on the state-mandated economics End-of-Course Test (EOCT) than students of teachers without the in-service training. 

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Register for Workshops
Check here to register for upcoming GCEE workshops. 

Teachers are busy people.  Why should they go to a GCEE workshop?  Click here to find out what the research says.

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Play the Stock Market Game
Great info for teachers & students

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Click here to learn more about the SIFMA Foundation's Stock Market Game

Visit GCEE's ECONBLOG
Teaching tips, economics in the news, and GCEE program info

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For GAEE Members
Economics teachers are special.  GAEE brings them together to share ideas, sharpen skills, and network.  You can join GAEE today

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Videos About GCEE
What does it take to be a great economics teacher?  Or have a Program of Excellence?  Find out here.

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What can you do to support economic literacy in Georgia?  Click here to find out.

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