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  • 3rd RI Financial Capability Conference

    The 3rd Financial Capability Conference was held at Rhode Island College on Saturday December 10, 2016. Read the overview and check out the event photos and a video by Senator Jack Reed here. Thanks to all of our participants, speakers, sponsors, and supporters!

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  • 2017 RI Personal Finance Challenge

    Offered in RI 3 years in a row! RI High School and Middle School teachers are invited to register students now for the 2017 RI Personal Finance Challenge, which runs online March 27 - through April 7, 2017. Participation is free, thanks to the generous financial support of Fidelity Investments. An awards ceremony and celebration of financial literacy for RI students, teachers, and families will be held at the RI State House in late April 2017.

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  • 2017 RI Economics Challenge

    Offered 1st time this year in RI! RI High School and Middle School teachers are invited to register students now for the 2017 RI Economics Challenge, which runs online March 27 - through April 7, 2017. Participation is free, thanks to the generous financial support of Council for Economic Education. An awards ceremony and celebration of economic education and financial literacy for RI students, teachers, and families will be held at the RI State House in late April 2017.

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Featured Resources

  • EconEdLink

    We offer a variety of standards-based classroom resources for K-12 teachers, students and parents. Our resources include a variety of print and online materials.

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  • Gen i Revolution

    Developed for middle school and high school students, this online game gives your students the chance to learn important personal finance skills as they play and compete against fellow classmates.

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  • Common Core State Standards

    The CEE has correlated selected lessons to the English Language Arts and Mathematics Common Core Standards.

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