The South Carolina Council on Economic Education
Helping K-12 Teachers Teach Economics and Personal Finance
What We Do
The South Carolina Council on Economic Education (SC Economics) is the only statewide non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to improving economic and personal finance education by helping K-12 teachers to teach and engage their students to be active, successful, and prosperous members of our global economy.
Our mission is to provide teachers with the training, resources, and support necessary to help them implement economics and personal finance in their classroom.
South Carolina Finance Forum
Annual Awards Day
South Carolina E-STEM Bus Tour
Family Financial Fun Nights
Increase in Teacher Participation Over Time
SC Economics is proud to have a continual increase in teacher participation over the last few years. In addition to workshop participation, student contest participation has also increased. To read more about these success stories and much more, check out our Annual Report.
NGPF: Questions of the Day
Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) Questions of the Day are the perfect way to warm up your students before a lesson or introduce a new topic. These questions are designed to spark curiosity for better student engagement. Check them out!
Survey of the States
Every two years, our national affiliate, the Council for Economic Education (CEE), conducts a comprehensive evaluation of K-12 economic and financial education in the United States, collecting data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
To find out more information about Survey of the States and learn how to take action, click below! You can also view or download a copy of the 2020 Survey of the States to see data for any state in the U.S.
The Council for Economic Education's CEO, Nan Morrison, discusses the progression of economics and financial education across the country.
SC Economics is now offering a fall, spring, and year-long game to fit your semester! Click below to find out more about Stock Market Game.
Access to tons of free lesson plans, tools, and resources for the classroom provided by the Council for Economic Education.