The Kansas Council for Economic Education (KCEE) was created in 1959 as a non-profit education organization with a focus on business/education partnerships. KCEE's mission is
to help K-12 teachers in Kansas integrate economics
and personal finance into their curriculum. KCEE is housed in the W. Frank Barton School of Business at Wichita State University.
We offer graduate credit courses through
our six Centers for Economic Education at the State's
Regents universitys along with non-credit workshops
across the state. We also offer customized in-service
training to schools.
We are part of an affiliated network lead
by the Council on Economic Education (CEE).
The CEE is the recognized leader in economic education.
The CEE's curriculum is the very best available and
is developed by educators whose careers have focused
on the belief that every student should leave school
with the economic decisions making skills they will
need to lead happy, productive lives. Outside Kansas? Be sure to find your local council and see how they can support your school.
Please consider letting us be part of your
next in-service training. We'll show your teachers very
painless ways to integrate economics and personal finance
into almost any area of your curriculum. There is usually
no charge for our services.
Please contact Angela Howdeshell at 316-978-5183 to talk about how we can help.
For more information about the KCEE
and what we offer, visit www.kcee.wichita.edu