CEEE K-12 Economic Education Conference

This Delaware educational conference, best-suited for Delaware secondary teachers, is produced annually by the Lerner College Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship. 


Participants will engage with other Delaware teachers and representatives from regional educational organizations during a morning coffee hour discussion. In addition to a morning plenary session and a mid-day keynote presentation given by Luke Tilley, Chief Economist for Wilmington Trust, N.A., attendees will choose from among six concurrent session topics, offered by expert presenters throughout the day.


Presenters will model how to effectively bring economics to life in the Delaware classroom, teaching participants how to implement vetted and interactive econ simulations that drive student learning.  Teachers will take away four ready-to-go lesson plans and the confidence needed to successfully present them in the classroom.


Continental breakfast and lunch provided. 


Six PD hours awarded.


There is no cost to attend, but seating is limited and participants must pre-register at:


As date draws closer, agenda will also be shared here.


At this conference, the inaugural Bonnie T. Meszaros Economic Educator of the Year will be presented to a Delaware K-12 classroom teacher. More information about the award including qualification criteria and how to nominate yourself or a peer can be found at .  


Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 8:00am to 3:00pm

Alfred Lerner Hall
Alfred Lerner Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA

Event Type

Community, Academics, Lectures and Programs, Workshops, Special Events



Center for Economic Education & Entrepreneurship





Contact Email

Contact Name

Scott Bacon

Contact Phone



Event Registration Required

This event requires registration.