This short video features thoughts from teachers in various grades who have used the My Classroom Economy program in their classes.
An article in The Telegraph, a newspaper in Macon, Ga., details the experiences of two teachers who have incorporated My Classroom Economy into their curriculum. The article shows how their high school students' learnings exemplify the benefits of the program.
This article, from the Sun Herald in Biloxi, Miss., explains how fourth-grade students are learning financial responsibility from two teachers who have introduced My Classroom Economy to their classes.
A fourth grade class at Edgecomb Eddy School is using My Classroom Economy to teach students financial skills while motivating them to turn in homework and treat each other kindly.
Aaron Standish, the K-12 financial literacy coordinator in Palm Beach County, joins the Next Gen Personal Finance podcast to discuss his role and he spends ~5 minutes providing an overview and testimonial on MyCE. Check it out, specifically time frame 24:51
This research brief highlights final results from the evaluation of the My Classroom Economy program by the Center for Financial Security at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The brief includes results from student, parent, and teacher surveys.
The Center for Financial Security has been working with the School District of Palm Beach County to evaluate the program in 115 classrooms across 24 schools during the 2015-2016 school year. The evaluation is funded by the U. S. Department of the Treasury's Financial Empowerment Innovation Fund.Download brief
You can find the full research report here.
My students are learning financial management skills in a fun way. It helps me to manage my class and also breaks up the day.— Debra Atlshuler Thomasville, North Carolina
I don't have to create any documents on my own and there are so many different ways to incorporate it into my classroom. Everything is right at my fingertips for free.— Julie Malizia Chandler, Arizona
It's been wonderfully effective for providing motivation and classroom management. The students have been excited and love the auctions.— Kathy Prince Monmouth, Maine