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Why attend the NAEE Spring Conference?

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Slideshow made by Elena Zee from the Arizona Council on Economic Education explaining the benefits of attending the NAEE Spring Conference.

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Why attend the NAEE Spring Conference?

  2. 2. Network with smart and fun people who have a passion for economics and financial literacy education! People who think like you!
  3. 3. Promote and encourage economic understanding. Share best practices, research, exchange ideas, and develop working relationships with professionals from universities, colleges, the Federal Reserve Banks, councils and centers for economic education.
  4. 4. Visit a new city and local Federal Reserve Bank!
  5. 5. Be supported and inspired by your peers!
  6. 6. Have fun! Enjoy entertainment by our own members and professional entertainers!
  7. 7. Learn the newest and coolest curriculum resources!
  8. 8. Be recognized for your classroom curriculum!
  9. 9. Make friends with the wonderful Federal Reserve educators and learn their most current research!
  10. 10. Be welcomed and join the group of new and special members!
  11. 11. BECOM E A FAMILY!
  12. 12. Brought to you by “It started as just another annual conference I go to, but it ended as the most valuable professional development conference I look forward to more and more every year.This conference is fun and intellectually stimulating. I always feel so supported.” – Elena Zee, Arizona Council on Economic Education “It's rare that you get so much talent and experience in one room. I highly recommend this conference for new center directors so they can learn what is working for other centers nationwide. It was so inspiring and informative." – Nancy Baca, Northern Arizona University