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Economics Poster Contest Winners 2018

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Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Economics Poster Contest. The entries below were judged to be the best fifteen from each grade level (Grades 1-12). The winning posters are highlighted below.

For information on how you can participate in the poster contest, go to http://www.econed-in.org/econposter.asp.

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Productive Resources Economic Wants Entrepreneur
Economic Wants
Adalin G .
Brown County Intermediate School
Nashville
Teacher Allison Crenshaw
Entrepreneur
Jacob S.
Triton Central High School Fairland
Teacher Laura Duncan
     
Goods & Services Human Resources Interdependence
Human Resources
Becca D.
Honey Creek Middle School
Terre Haute
Teacher Mrs. Cox

Interdependence
Colleen S.
Triton Central High School

Fairland
Teacher Laura Duncan

     
Market Capital Resources Entrepreneur

Capital Resources
Austin R.
St. Joseph Grade School
South Bend

Teacher Rebecca Mammon

Entrepreneur
Michael M.
Triton Central High School Fairland
Teacher Laura Duncan
     
Natural Resources Trade  Goods & Services
Trade
Briley I.
Honey Creek Middle School
Terre Haute
Teacher Mrs. Cox
Goods & Services
Julia G.
Clinton Prairie Jr/Sr High School
Frankfort
Teacher Paul Woodling
     
Consumers & Producers Natural Resources  Market
Natural Resources
Olivia B.
Wea Ridge Middle School
Lafayette
Teacher Michelle Sanson
Market
Israel T.
Wea Ridge Middle School
Lafayette
Teacher Michelle Sanson

About the Indiana Council for Economic Education

The Indiana Council for Economic Education (ICEE) provides workshops, and instructional materials to K-12 teachers in Indiana. Through hands-on programs like the Economics Poster Contest, students learn the basics of how our economy works and how to make sound economic decisions.

ICEE partners with university centers for economic education, along with leaders from business, agriculture, education, and government to fulfill this important mission. You can support our work in many ways:

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