Category «Professional Development»

Schwarzman Scholars opportunity

  The Schwarzman Scholars team is proud to have supported the National Economics Challenge for the last couple of years. Our Founder, Stephen A. Schwarzman, the CEO, Chair and Co-Founder of Blackstone, had a vision of bringing together from around the world a group of talented young leaders in many different fields. Through their time …

FREE Statewide Safe Schools Summit May 18!

MTA’s Division of Training & Professional Learning invites members to the Statewide Safe Schools Summit on May 18, 2019, at Grafton High School from 8:30am to 4pm. The summit is free and made possible with a grant from the National Education Association. The Safe Schools Summit is an activism and advocacy conference in which MTA …

Apply to serve on the MassCUE Board of Directors

Attention MassCUE Members: Apply for the MassCUE Board MassCUE is seeking educators who have been actively involved in MassCUE to serve on our Board of Directors. Following the election of officers, the elected members of the Board may appoint up to seven members who meet the eligibility requirements as defined in our Bylaws. Our goal …

2019 Teachers Financial Literacy Summer Institute at Champlain College

2019 TEACHERS FINANCIAL LITERACY SUMMER INSTITUTE AT CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE This three-credit graduate course is being offered June 24 -28, 2019 at Champlain College. Information: When: June 24 -28, 2019 Where: Champlain College Audience: High School & Middle School Educators from VT, NH, NY, MA, ME, RI The cost of the program is free (includes room & board if more …

CEE Free Webinars on Economics and Financial Literacy

ECONOMICS Wednesday, April 10: Titanic: Lessons Learned Tuesday, April, 16: Economic Dilemma: Global Refugees Wednesday, April, 17: Keynes vs. Keynesians Tuesday, April 30: Economics of Poverty Wednesday, May 8: Herbert Hoover: Laissez Faire President or Architect of the New Deal? Tuesday, May 14: Did Rock Music Tear Down the Berlin Wall? Wednesday, May 15: Blowing a …

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