National Council on Economic Education
The National Council on Economic Education (NCEE), formerly the Joint Council on Economic Education, was founded in 1949 offers training and educational materials. The NCEE has over 270 university centers and a network of state councils are dedicated to improving economic education through a partnership of leaders in education, business, and labor. The NCEE offers training and materials to teachers of kindergarten through twelfth to help better educate stuents of economic principles. For more information on the National Council on Economic Education, visit their web page at: http://www.ncee.net.
Virginia Council on Economic Education
The Virginia Council on Economic Education (VCEE), is located at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia under the direction of Joan Spence. The VCEE director coordinates activities of Virginia's Centers for Economic Education by providing services and programs in public and private school systems across the Commonwealth. The VCEE was established in 1969 as a joint initiative between economic and business leaders. When the VCEE was established there were four centers created to provide graduate level courses for teacher certification in social studies and for elementary teachers. Since its creation, the VCEE has grown into 13 centers providing economic education to people throughout the State of Virginia. For more information on the Virginia Council on Economic Education, visit their web page at: http://www.vcee.org.