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Webinar Series from the Council for Economic Education

The following webinars are available from the Council for Economic Education: Entrepreneurship Economics: Entrepreneurial Opportunities (February 28, 2017) The Classroom Mini-Economy: How Do I Get Started with the Classroom Mini-Economy? (March 8, 2017) Economics, U.S. History, and the C3 Framework: Why Did the Colonists Fight When They Were Safe, Prosperous and Free? (March 15, 2017)

Webinar: Noteworthy Resources from NextGen PF

From NextGen Personal Finance: Searching for resources as the holidays approach? Join our Webinar! November Webinar: Finish the year with these noteworthy NGPF resources! Are your students interested in learning about how to start their own business? Or maybe they want to know how and why people donate their time and money. Join us as …

Webinar: The Rise of Ransomeware

As part of the free Webinar series offered by New England ISTE, please consider this opportunity: The Rise of Ransomeware: Three Critical Security Steps to Prevent an Outbreak Kaitlyn Lambert,Account Executive, Integration Partners Scott Brown, System Engineer, Palo Alto Networks Rob Rittgers, Account Manager, Palo Alto Networks Thursday, November 10th at 7:00 PM Registration

Webinar: Education on Air – It Takes a Teacher

Learn with educators from around the world. Join Google For Education on Saturday, December 3rd for Education on Air, a free online conference from Google. There will be 100+ sessions around the clock celebrating #ItTakesATeacher: Australia & New Zealand sessions: 10am AEST United Kingdom sessions: 10am GMT Americas sessions: 12pm ET / 9am PT Register …

Webinar: Understanding Fiscal Responsibility

From the Council for Economic Education: Dear Teacher, In partnership with Teachers College, Columbia University–you are invited to join us at the free Understanding Fiscal Responsibility webinar. The webinar will provide you with turnkey resources to help you engage your students with public policy dilemmas related to the federal budget, national debt and the budget …

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