Looking for appropriate newspaper articles for classroom use? CORE's new resource provides Financial Times articles mapped to CORE's ebooks, The Economy and Economy, Society, and Public Policy, and to advanced high school themes, together with discussion questions.
CORE and the Economics Network will run a two-day workshop on how to teach with CORE on 25 – 26 June 2019 at the University of Warwick.
On 1-2 July 2019 CORE’s USA team is organising a two-day workshop to rethink the way we teach introductory economics. What needs to change in the introductory economics curriculum and how can CORE adapt its materials to better serve the needs of students and teachers in the US?
We invite CORE teachers, students and others to propose ways to explore whether our introductory courses The Economy and Economy, Society, and Public Policy may help to correct the gender imbalances in those studying and teaching economics.
A competition based on CORE's Doing Economics, open to any student enrolled in any undergraduate degree program in any country. Deadline for submissions is 15th May 2019.
CORE USA works to expand the outreach and impact of CORE in the United States ...more
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