JAN GRIFFIN KOEHLER introduced Harlan Day, Director of the Indiana Council
for Economic Education in the department of Ag Econ at Purdue. Harlan was
hired by WALLY TYNER. Through partnerships with other universities
throughout the State, this organizations sets economic standards, trains
teachers, offers after school training sessions, and offers an Econ Camp at
Camp Tecumseh for high school teachers. The Classroom Mini-Economy, help
in planning school curriculums and production of curriculum materials further
supports teachers. Harlan pointed out that the organization tries to make sure
economics is represented in the curriculum and is always looking for funding.
Several interesting questions were asked following his prepared remarks.