Have you been to your event in Lambeau? If you haven’t you are missing out on EconomicsWisconsin’s in partnership with Lakeland College Center for Economic Education and the Governor’s Council on Financial Literacy’s, biggest event.
Mark your calendar for Friday, October 17 and join in on a full day of economics and personal finance professional development. The day begins at 8:30 with registration and breakfast. The entire group comes together at 9 AM for a Welcome by Scott Niederjohn and David Mancl. The program continues on with two break-out sessions, one at 10:00 am and the next at 11:00 am. Lunch will be provided and Mark Murphy, the Green Bay Packer’s president, will honor the 2014 Excellence in teaching award winners. After lunch, the last breakout session will be held. The professional development day is over at 2:00 pm.
This year’s topics include:
- The Geography of Jobs During the Great Recession and the Long, Slow Recovery 2007-2014
- The Student Debt Crisis
- The New World of Monetary Policy
- Are you Living Beyond Your Means and Why is it So Difficult to Save?
- The ACA and the Labor Market
- This Little Piggy Cried Earn, Spend, Save: Creating a Classroom Economy
- Educator Effectiveness and Personal Finance: It's a Match!
- Currency and the Fed
- Who Desegregated Major League Baseball: Jackie Robinson or Adam Smith?
- Bringing Your Community into the Classroom: The Community Exploration Project
- Talk to Your Kids About Money Panel Discussion
- Financial Capability: Family Outreach and Coaching (Summit Session)
This event is sponsored by Department of Financial Institutions, Fox Communities Credit Union, the Green Bay Packers, IBM, Kohler Foundation, The Vollrath Company and Windway Foundation, Inc.