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Economics of Health Care

Summer Seminar for Teachers

Date: June 10 and 11

Times: 8:30 to 3:30 each day

Location: Union Pacific Headquarters, Downtown Omaha

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Globalization: The Civic Mission of Schools at Home and Abroad

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Date: June 26, 2014 - one day conference

Location: UNO's brand new Civic Engagement Center

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Economics for Leaders

Outstanding Economics Professional Development Opportunity

Economics for Leaders (EFL) represents a unique experience in economics education that brings together teachers looking to improve their teaching skills in economics. The EFL one-week program is rigorous and encompasses 50+ hours of instruction.

Date: July 27 through August 1
Location: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kaufman Center
Cost: Lodging, materials, and most meals covered - $200 registration and deposit fee. $100 will be refunded by FTE and $50 will be refunded by the Nebraska Council on Economic Education as a stipend to all Nebraska teachers.
Audience: Middle school and high school teachers from all disciplines
High School Juniors: this is also an opportunity for current high school juniors. Please encourage your outstanding students to apply. The student fee is $600 for the week (July 27 through August 3). All attending Nebraska students will receive a $300 scholarship.

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