ICEE website header logo
Smart Indiana Campaign    KidsEcon Posters webpage    Indiana Council for Economic Education Facebook Page   Link to Economic Education Community on Learning Connection   Twitter


2017 Economic Poster Contest Winners!

We are pleased to congratulate and recognize the winners of the 2017 Economic Poster Contest.

2017 Winners

  • Logan B., Zionsville West Middle School, Teacher: Stacey Behrens
  • Aaliyah E., Canterbury School, Teacher: Maureen O'Neil
  • Paige M., Triton Central High School, Teacher: Laura Duncan
  • Sana G., Canterbury School, Teacher: Maureen O'Neil
  • Sarah H., Sycamore School, Teacher: Deborah Reidy
  • Shriya P., Wea Ridge Middle School, Teacher: Michelle Sanson
  • Ansley H., Thompkins Middle School, Teacher: Rebekah Hodge
  • Kelcee K., Wea Ridge Middle School, Teacher: Michelle Sanson
  • Bethany T., Triton Central High School, Teacher: Laura Duncan
  • Mitchell S., Warren Central High School, Teacher: Bill Bush
  • Danielle S., Triton Central High School, Teacher: Laura Duncan

Go to to view this year's winning posters.

More What's New!

Upcoming Programs

KidsEcon Posters

The KidsEcon Posters© project is dedicated to giving teachers the tools they need to help their students understand the exciting economic world around them – making them more effective producers, consumers, savers, investors, and voting citizens. At the heart of the project are 22 colorful economic posters, each describing an important economic concept identified in the National Standards in Economics and in most state standards. Check out the posters and many more economic education resources on the website!

Save the Date! Econ Challenge

High School Teachers: Mark your calendars now and save the date for the 2018 Indiana Economics Challenge Competition! On April 11, 2018 teams of 4 high school students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge on a broad array of economics topics in an atmosphere where economics knowledge is tested and recognized and where competing is FUN. Any Indiana student enrolled in a public, private, or home based school during the 2017-18 academic year is eligible to compete. Students may also compete as part of an organization, club or before/after school program. Teams compete in one of two divisions - Adam Smith or David Ricardo. Indiana state champions from both divisions compete against teams from other states in the National Semifinal competition for a trip to the National Economics Challenge in New York City in May!

For details see

FREE Webinars!

The Council for Economic Education is offering free professional development webinars for K-12 teachers. The webinars cover multiple economics and personal finance topics and demonstrate how to integrate into the classroom creating a fun, hands-on learning experience for students.

Relevant lessons, resources and tools will be provided to those participating in the webinars. Even if you cannot attend the live webinar, you may register to get access to the archived version to watch at your convenience.

Check the schedule and register today! See

Our Mission
The mission of the ICEE is to prepare students to become active citizens and productive members of our economy by providing them with the ability to make sound economic decisions.