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Financial Literacy: Is your state part of the problem - or the solution? Public-Private Partnerships as part of the solution. A luncheon briefing co-sponsored by Senator Thad Cochran (R-MS) and Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC)
Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
The Council for Economic Education Invites You To
Is your state part of the
problem - or the solution?
Join us to hear from leaders in government, business, and education on how public-private partnerships are supporting financial literacy in our nation's classrooms.
Taking place during Financial Literacy Month
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Luncheon 12 p.m. • Program 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m.
in the Capitol Visitor's Center Room SVC 212-10
First Street and East Capitol Street, NE.
East Front of the Capitol
Senator Thad Cochran
June Atkinson, Superintendent of Public Instruction, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Janet Bodnar, Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance
Jeanne Hogarth, Vice President, Policy, Center for Financial Services Innovation
Frank Keating, President & CEO, American Bankers Association
Richard Ketchum, Chairman & CEO, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
Annamaria Lusardi, Director, George Washington University Global Center for Financial Literacy
Brian Page, Teacher, Reading High School, Ohio
Nan J. Morrison, President & CEO, Council for Economic Education
1st Financial Bank Wells Fargo
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Council For Economic Education
The Council for Economic Education (CEE) is the leading organization in the United States that focuses on the economic and financial education of students from kindergarten through high school. For the past 60 years, our mission has been to instill in young people the fourth “R”—a real-world understanding of economics and personal finance. It is only by acquiring economic and financial literacy that children can learn that there are better options for a life well lived, will be able to see opportunity on their horizon line and, ultimately, can grow into successful and productive adults capable of making informed and responsible decisions.