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The John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Awards

Type: Foundations
Source: Council for Economic Education (CEE)
Program: The John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Awards
Eligibility:  Applicants must be current K-12 teachers from public, private
or parochial schools.

1. This award is open to teachers of all subjects, not just
teachers of economics. 
2. Applicants must demonstrate how they integrate economics
into their teaching.

3. Must have taught in the classroom during the 2013-2014 school
year.

4. Past winning teachers are not eligible to apply.

Purpose: The Council for Economic Education (CEE) recognizes excellence in
economic and financial education by honoring three national
educators in the elementary, middle and high school levels with The
John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Awards. This
award promotes economic education at the K–12 level by
recognizing and honoring inspirational teachers whose innovative
teaching concepts improve and stimulate economic understanding in
and out of their classrooms and achieve results. The awards program
is open to all K–12 teachers that are members of the CEE
Educator Community. Any K–12 classroom teacher may use a
self-nomination process or one may be nominated by other teachers,
department chairs, principals, superintendents and CEE state
affiliates.
Deadline: 07-15-2014
Award Max: $500.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: Awards.
Additional
Information
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New York, NY 10168

Phone: 212-730-7007

Fax:212-730-1793

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