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We are proud to be an Aloha United Way Partner Agency. Our AUW Partner number is 96720.
Training teachers since 1965
Our vision is a State of Hawaii whose people have the knowledge, understanding, and skills to make informed economic choices in their lives and for their community.
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The mission of the Hawaii Council on Economic Education is to promote and improve the teaching of economics in Hawaii’s public and private schools and increase the economic and financial literacy of Hawaii’s students and residents.

Have you seen HCEE's television PSA? 

HCEE is the only statewide organization dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of economics in Hawaii's public and private K-12 schools. ​
HCEE * 126 Queen Street #226, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813 * PH: 808-585-7220  * info@hcee.org
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We have confirmed our new dates for the Hilo SMS Workshops. Free workshops and professional development credit workshops are also available. 

Workshops begin March 12, 2016! Sign-up today!

For more information click HERE.

UPDATE:  NEW Hilo workshops dates below.
2016 Economics Through the Eyes of Children 
Calendar Contest










Students can illustrate their favorite economic concept(s) in a poster and the winning posters will be featured in a full-color 2017 calendar and showcased during April 2017's National Financial Literacy Month!

Who Can Enter: ALL students grade K-8

Entries are accepted between February 1 - April 20, 2016

For more details and the list of concepts for the illustrations click HERE.
Thanks to everyone who joined us at this year's Economic Challenge!

We would like to thank Hawaiian Cement for sponsoring the event, we had such an amazing time seeing the economic talents of our state's youth. 

Congratulations to the following winners! 







We would also like to send a special thanks to aio group, Commerce & Consulting Services, Costco Hawaii, Diamond Bakery, Hawaii National Bank, Japan-America Society of Hawaii, Love's Bakery, McDonald's of Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Manoa, and Wet 'n Wild Hawaii. ​This event would not have been possible without the help of these sponsors. 


David Ricardo Division:
1st Place: Iolani 1R
2nd Place: Maryknoll 1R
3rd Place: Kamehameha 2R
4th Place: Roosevelt 2R 
Adam Smith Division:
1st Place: Iolani 1S
2nd Place: Maryknoll 2S
3rd Place: Mckinley 1S
4th Place: Kalani 4S