The History of Social Security
JUST RELEASED: VIRTUAL ECONOMICS 5.0!
The Virtual Economics 5.0 USB features the latest versions of over 80 economics and personal finance titles for grades K-12 including:
Financial Fitness for Life
Personal Finance Printables
High School Economics
K Thru 2 Can Do! Math and Economics
Choices and Changes: In Life, School, and Work
plus 8 new economics videos, 8 new personal finance videos, lesson tips, a glossary, and a powerful search feature
Additionally, version 5.0 features AUTOMATIC LESSON UPDATES! When connected to the Internet, your VE 5.0 search results will automatically be enhanced with new and updated lessons from CEE’s EconEdLink library!
Business Cycles Video and Quiz
Car Ownership Collection
New! Financial Fitness for Life, Third Edition for grades 9-12!
The new Third Editions of Financial Fitness for Life (FFFL), for teachers and students grades 9-12, provide completely up-to-date content aligned to the latest personal finance and Common Core standards, including real-world situations to engage your students.
Coming soon: FFFL 9-12 lesson plan activities delivered through educational technology tools, including Kahoot! and Quizlet, free to use on EconEdLink.
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Financial Fitness For Life 9-12, 3rd Edition
Grades: 6-8, 9-12
Math in the Real World
Grades 6-8, 9-12
Grades 6-8, 9-12
On This Day in Economic History
On this day in 1990 Michael Milken was sentenced to 10 years in prison for various securities laws infractions. Milken was the CEO of Drexel Burnham and during the 1980s was considered a Wall Street heavy weight. But his success was seemingly built and maintained with corrupt practices. After a four-year probe on his business practices Milken was brought in to face justice in 1990.