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The Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship hosted its inaugural Economic Education Conference on Thursday, July 27th at the University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics with nearly 100 educators from across the state in attendance. Through workshops and simulations, the conference focused on providing educators with resources and lesson plans for classroom use.  Workshop topics included: Micro and Macro Fun & Games, Who Determines the Wage Rate? and Behavioral Economics.

 The program also included a presentation from Lerner Alumnus Dr. Andrew Hill, Economic Education Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and adjunct professor at Temple University.  Dr. Hill showcased various lesson plans and professional development programs provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

A highlight of the conference was the keynote address by Paul Solman from PBS Newshour and Making Sen$e.  Solman discussed the “automation Armageddon” and the effects automation will have on our future job market. The address provided attendees with unique access to Solman who encouraged audience participation and feedback.   

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The Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship hosted its inaugural Economic Education Conference on Thursday, July 27th with nearly 100 educators from across the state in attendance.

The Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship (CEEE) hosted its inaugural Economic Education Conference on Thursday, July 27th with nearly 100 educators from across the state in attendance. Through workshops and simulations, the conference focused on providing educators with resources and lesson plans for classroom use.  Workshop topics included: Micro and Macro Fun & Games, Who Determines the Wage Rate? and Behavioral Economics.

 The program also included a presentation from Lerner Alumnus Dr. Andrew Hill, Economic Education Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and adjunct professor at Temple University.  Dr. Hill showcased various lesson plans and professional development programs provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

A highlight of the conference was the keynote address by Paul Solman from PBS Newshour and Making Sen$e.  Solman discussed the “automation Armageddon” and the effects automation will have on our future job market. The address provided attendees with unique access to Solman who encouraged audience participation and feedback. 


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