Partners that support economic education


California Council on Economic Education, CCEE, works with these organizations to develop teaching standards, create programs and improve economic education in classrooms:

Partner Description

Council for Economic Education

California Council on Economic Education; offers comprehensive, best-in-class K–12 economic and personal finance education programs.
California Centers for Economic Education

A system of 10 centers throughout the state to reach teachers and provide quality economic and personal finance education programs and materials.
California Association of School Economics Teachers (CASET)

A professional organization of educators promoting the effective teaching of economic principles in grades K–12.
California Business Roundtable

A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization composed of CEOs of leading California businesses that has provided essential leadership on high-priority public policy issues since 1976.
California Department of Education

The Department leads and supports the continuous improvement of student achievement, focusing on closing achievement gaps. CCEE works closely with the Department to create California K–12 Standards for History/Social Science and Economics.
California Jump$tart Coalition

A not-for-profit organization, affiliated with the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, that improves the personal financial literacy of California’s youth by helping the community become more connected, effective, and powerful; and supporting the implementation of personal finance education from grades K–12.
California State University (CSU)

With 23 campuses, nearly 450,000 students, and 48,000 faculty and staff, CSU it is the largest, most diverse, and one of the most affordable university systems in the country.
Department of Financial Institutions The Department protects and serves California’s citizens through the
effective regulation and supervision of financial institutions licensed by the Department.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

One of 12 regional Federal Reserve Banks across the U.S. that, together with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., serves as our nation’s central bank.
Foundation for Teaching Economics

Introduces young individuals, selected for their leadership potential, to an economic way of thinking about issues and promotes excellence in economic education by helping economics teachers become more effective educators.


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