Professional Development

The Council for Economic Education offers free professional development training wherever you are. Watch a webinar for a minimum of 45 minutes and you will receive a certificate of completion within 24 hours. Click here to learn how to use our webinars for professional development hours.

Black History Month Webinar Series

The Council for Economic Education will honor African, African- American, Black, and Caribbean peoples who have struggled and overcome hardships as part of our Black History Month Series. People across the Diaspora have played significant roles in the economic, historical, and entrepreneurial legacies that helped shape the United States and the world.

From exploring Black Wall Street in the 1920s Mid- West to the implications of excluding Black English Vernacular in schools and understanding Culturally Responsive Teaching, we will discuss significant moments and figures, as well as the modern-day challenges impacting our society through the lens of Black History. Enjoy free lessons, materials, and extensions to share with your students and colleagues as we present this exciting lecture series.

Education as a Form of Resistance

The historic precedent of education as an act of resistance in the Black community. This webinar will focus on the...
Key Concepts: Demand, Human Capital, Producers
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On Demand Thursdays: The Economics of Discrimination

In this economics webinar, use old and new examples and the legacy of policies to examine why discrimination still affects...
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Opportunity Cost, Role of Government
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