The Massachusetts Council on Economic Education, a 501(c)(3) organization, is the only nonprofit in the state whose primary activity is the promotion and facilitation of economic and personal financial literacy for teachers and their students. Founded in 1950, MCEE was the first state council to be affiliated with the New York-based Council for Economic Education (CEE), the leading organization in the United States that focuses on economic and financial literacy for K-12 students and teachers.
MCEE delivers financial education in the field across the state by providing professional development for teachers and programs for students. There is no cost to participants in our workshops or programs.
We currently reach over 500 teachers in the state through our complementary systems.
Centers for Economic Education
The Teachers Advisory Committee
The TAC is a standing committee of the MCEE Board of Directors. It was formed to be a liaison between the MCEE Board and teachers within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The TAC is responsible for the entire state and their professional development workshops frequently feature experts and professors from universities and other organizations in the state.
TEACHERS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS
|Richard Donnelly, Chairman||Patrick Kiley||Joan Wool|
|Bedford High School||Marlborough High School||Marshfield High School|
|Paul Arenburg||Kelly Hanlon Rigby|
|Milton High School||MCEE|
|Nick Argento||Nate Rono|
|Boston College High School||Waltham High School|
|David Hennessey||Dan Rouse|
|St. John's Preparatory High School||Dedham High School|
The Economists Advisory CouncilThe EAC was formed to be a resource on Economics and Personal Finance for the Centers for Economic Education and the Teachers Advisory Committee.
|Marc A. Miles, Ph.D., Chairman
|Global Economic Solutions|
|Karl E. Case, Ph.D., Professor of Economics Emeritus
|William Cheney, Chief Economist|
|Manulife Asset Management|
|Eric W. Hayden, Ph.D. Professor of Finance|
|College of Management|
|University of Massachusetts, Boston|
|Marc Reinganum, Ph.D., Senior Managing Director|
|Global Head of Active Equities, Developed Markets|
|State Street Global Advisors|
Massachusetts Council on Economic Education
Alice Cornish White, President
Kelly Hanlon Rigby, Newsletter Editor
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One Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109
MCEE is a 501 © (3) organization and certified by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide Professional Development Points (PDP) for teachers.