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Use our database of teaching materials to quickly locate and order resources for teaching economics in our Georgia schools.

Most resources are available free to teachers in Georgia public and independent schools. You may request these materials online. Please note that when ordering videos, the teacher/ school is responsible for paying postage for returning videos to GCEE.

Some materials are distributed only through a workshop, and a few carry a small cost.  Teachers who have obtained the VE3 CD-ROM are not eligible to order print materials found on their disk.   Contact Glen Blankenship at the Georgia Council for more information about these.

You must complete a separate request for each item you wish to order.

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