2010 Massachusetts Economics
Bank of Boston
An Invitation to all Massachusetts High School Teachers
It's happening now, and it's not too late to join the fun! Sign up for the
2010 Massachusetts Economics Challenge today. See summary rules about the
National Economics Challenge here:
The state and national Economics
Challenges no longer have separate Adam Smith and David Ricardo team
distinctions; rather, any student is eligible to compete as long as he/she was
enrolled in an economics class at some time during the 2009-2010 academic year.
Ideally, each team will consist of four students, but three-student teams are
Teachers, please follow these easy steps:
Send an email to Ann Reichert at
firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating your name, school & address, and the
number of students and teams you wish to bring to the Economics Challenge.
- PARTICIPATE IN ONLINE TRAINING:
Visit www.bridgew.edu/CEE/ or
for PowerPoint teacher training for the Economics Challenge.
- PREPARE STUDENTS: Check out these
exams on the Council for Economic Education web site:
and also try out the practice exams here
. Teachers may obtain copies of the exams used in the 2009 Massachusetts
Economics Challenge finals exams by emailing Ann Reichert
- ACCOMPANY YOUR TEAMS
TO THE STATE CHALLENGE: The Massachusetts
Economics Challenge will take place on Monday, March 8 at the Federal Reserve
Bank of Boston. State champions will be awarded trophies and all
participants receive certificates.
YOUR TEAM WINS: The
winning Massachusetts state team will advance to the National Semifinals on
April 26. From there, the six winning
teams in the National Semifinals
advance to the National Finals in New York City on May 22-24, 2010. There are
cash prizes awarded to the national winners and the runners-up.
Last year, Phillips Academy Andover won the Massachusetts
Adam Smith Championship, and went on to win the Regionals, and then the National
Please join us for this exciting and free economics competition. Good luck to
Last Modified: February 5, 2010