The Center for Economic Education is an affiliate of the Georgia Council on Economic Education and the National Council on Economic Education. The purposes of the Center are:
- To aid teachers in teaching economic and personal finance by conducting in-service and pre-service programs in education.
- To coordinate economic education efforts with local civic groups, chambers of commerce, and other groups interested in economic education.
- To act as a source of materials and speakers on the topic of economic education. A library of curriculum guides, films, and other materials is housed in Atkinson Hall on the Georgia College & State University campus and is available for public use.
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- Clark, Christopher Benjamin Scafidi and John R. Swinton. 2016. Success in High School Economics and Performance in College
- Clark, Christopher Benjamin Scafidi and John R. Swinton. 2016. Do Teacher Credentials and Characteristics Impact Teacher Effectiveness in High School Economics?
- Swinton, John R. 2016. Cookie Trade: Comparative Advantage Lesson Plan Using Cookies: Lesson Plan, Background, Assessment
- Economic Content: Traditional Presentation of Comparative Advantage
- Trade Assessment Questions