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Work Experience at the Reserve Bank of Australia

The Reserve Bank's Head Office in Sydney offers work experience for Year 10 high school students. A new program has been developed and is designed to give students insight into the work of economists.

Eligibility: Students in Year 10 who are interested in studying economics in Years 11-12.
When: 11–15 November 2019
Where: 65 Martin Place, Sydney, NSW 2000
Number of places: 12 students (maximum one per school)

During the one-week program, students will learn about the roles and functions of the nation's central bank and how to interpret economic graphs, as well as shadowing one of the Bank's economists as they complete a series of core activities.

Applications for the November 2019 Work Experience program will be open from 11–20 September 2019.

>> Further information and details about how to apply can be found here:

Apply for MoneySmart financial literacy funding

Have you got a great idea for teaching financial literacy at your school?

Apply for funding to see your idea come to life.

Teachers play a pivotal role in helping students learn good money habits.To help teachers do this, MoneySmart is working with primary and secondary principal associations to fund financial literacy project in schools. Funding is worth up to $5000 for each project. MoneySmart is looking for new, creative project ideas that:

  • teach kids how to budget and plan.
  • integrates financial literacy across the whole school.
  • incorporates cross sector collaboration.
  • boosts parents' understanding of good money management.
  • includes the local community.

Applications close 18 October 2019.

>> Further details

New NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)  Years 7 - 10 Commerce Elective Syllabus has been released 

The new NESA Years 7 - 10 Commerce Elective Syllabus (2019)  is now available on the NESA website. 

Schools will continue to deliver the current syllabus (2003) in 2019.Schools will implement the new syllabus from Term 1, 2020. Additional advice about implementation is available on the NESA website.

>> Click here for the NESA Years 7 - 10 Commerce Elective Syllabus (2019) and related information.

There will be a workshop at the 2019 EBE NSW Annual Conference titled, "What's in and out in the new NESA Commerce Syllabus", on Friday 28 June 2019.

Save the date for our "Revamping and Resourcing Commerce for the New Syllabus" professional development course on Friday 6 December 2019 (8.30am - 3pm).

2019 NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) HSC Written Examination Timetable

The  2019 NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) HSC written examination timetable is out, including dates and times for the 2019 HSC Economics. Business Studies and Legal Studies examinations.

>> 2019 NESA HSC Written Examination Timetable

2019 The Sydney Morning Herald HSC Study Guide

>> See the 2019 The Sydney Morning Herald HSC Study Guide here.

>> For marking centre advice for HSC Economics, HSC Business Studies and HSC Legal Studies click here

2019 EBE NSW Trial HSC Examinations order form available 

The order form for the 2019 EBE NSW Trial HSC Business Studies, Economics and Legal Studies examination papers is now available. Relevant past papers are also available for purchase. The examination papers have been designed by EBE Directors and include marking guidelines. Special discount prices apply to members of EBE NSW.

>> Order form for 2019 EBE NSW Trial HSC examination papers

2019 HSC Examinations Countdown Clock

A countdown clock re the 2019 HSC NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) external examinations can be found here.

2019 Business Educators Australasia Plan Your Own Enterprise (PYOE) Competition

The Business Educators Australasia  Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition (PYOE) encourages secondary school students to apply their business education to a real life scenario. Working individually or in small groups, participants are asked to devise a creative enterprise idea and submit a business plan, explaining how their great idea could become a profitable business.

For teachers, the competition is a valuable tool to enhance the business education curriculum and support them as they develop the next generation of business leaders For students, it helps to build valuable work and life skills. The competition requires business insight, practical financial skills and a creative flair for problem solving.

Economics and Business Educators NSW runs the competition in NSW.  To enter, students need to devise a creative enterprise idea and submit a 3000 word business plan, explaining how their great idea could become a profitable business.  The competition has two divisions with fantastic prizes up for grabs:

  • Division one – Open to individual student entries, submitted by students of any age, attending a registered secondary school.
  • Division two – Group entries (maximum of six students), submitted by students of any age, attending a registered secondary school.

NSW entries are due by Thursday 30 August 2019 (Term 3, Week 6) by 5pm. These will be marked, and finalists in both divisions will be invited to the NSW Awards Ceremony. At this awards ceremony, the winner in each division will be announced. The NSW Division One winner will receive an iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi 128GB (valued at $579). Certificates and other prizes will also be awarded.

National  judging will be based on the paper entry and will be conducted in October, 2019. Winners will be advised by end of October 2019.

This competition can be incorporated into assessment tasks for both Commerce (Option 11: Running a Business) and Year 11 Business Studies (Topic: Business planning). Click here for a sample assessment task. Email EBE NSW if you would like a Microsoft Word version of the sample assessment task.

Amanda Ritter has developed a unit of work based on the PYOE Competition which can be accessed here. The PYOE Competition could form the content for a Commerce "school - developed option" (see pages 48 and 49 in the NSW Education Standards Authority Commerce Year 7 - 10 Syllabus).

All students who enter the competition will receive a Certificate of Participation for their job portfolios.

>> Full details are available in the 2019 PYOE competition brochure.

See the article available to EBE NSW members -  “Student2Student: How to Overcome the Pitfalls of Business Planning" by Sarah Matthias (Division 1 Winner of CPA Australia Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition 2016) in “The EBE Journal – Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW” – Issue 2, 2016.

2018 EBE NSW CPA Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition NSW Awards Ceremony – 11 October 2018

EBE NSW recognised the NSW Plan Your Own Enterprise (PYOE) winners at the annual NSW awards ceremony on 11 October 2018   at Commonwealth Bank Place South (11 Harbour Street, Sydney). At the ceremony, prizes and certificates were awarded to the NSW student winners and their schools. Parents were in attendance to celebrate the success of their child, as well as teachers. Congratulations to the following winners and their teachers from NSW:

  • Division 1 (Individual entry) 
    Julian Annison - Inaburra School for his business plan: AspergerAssist
    Teacher: Mr Low
  • Division 2 (Group entry)
    Georgia Graham and Alicia Amann – Abbotsleigh for their business plan: Tempo
    Teacher: Ms Laing Peach

Thank you to all the students who entered the competition this year and the teachers who inspired and encouraged their students to enter this prestigious competition. Each student who participated received a Certificate of Participation signed by Mr Tony Kuc, President Business Educators Australasia.

Thank you to the students, their families and teachers for attending the NSW Awards Ceremony.
Thank you to EBE NSW Director, Nicholas Ward, for taking on the role of PYOE NSW Coordinator in 2018 and for all his time and effort in ensuring the competition in NSW was a success.

2018 PYOE NSW Competition Finalists

Division One

AspergerAssist - Julian Annison
Inaburra School
Teacher: Mr Low

What the Shell! - Jade Hunter
Merewether High School
Teacher: Mrs Clark

Freestyle - Chelsea Hoang
Fort Street High School
Teacher:  Ms Jerrems

Anywhere Aqua – Water Where You Are - Julie Kelland
Abbotsleigh School
Teacher: Ms Laing Peach

GAIA - Mackenzie Matthews
Merewether High School
Teacher: Mr Harrell

Marauderz - Rithwik Kumar
Normanhurst Boys High School
Teacher: Ms Rahman

Pherfume - Chelsea Liu
Northern Beaches Secondary College - Manly Campus
Teacher: Ms Foy

ScrapCo - Prathik Subbanna
Sydney Boys High School
Teacher: Mr Jackson

The Mush Room - Serene Khalaf
Unity Grammar
Teacher: Ms Khair

The Newly Collective - William Lucas
Merewether High School
Teacher: Mrs Clark

The prizes for the Division 1 NSW finalists (1st, 2nd and 3rd) were:

1st place - iPad Mini & $200 Dymocks voucher for the school
2nd place - $200 cash for the student; and
3rd place - $150 cash for the student

Division Two

ARBuy
Owen Chen, Alex Lai, Varun Sharma & Oliver Yang
Sydney Boys High School
Teacher: Mr Dolan

Cakes, Cookies and Confessions
Rachael Fratzia & Shania Lewis
William Clarke College
Teacher: Mrs Grenfell

Roseabelle
Jessica Hocker, Olivia Jagger & Annabelle Shaw
Abbotsleigh School 
Teacher: Ms Sophie Laing-Peach​

Sole Switch
Isabella Fang, Paris Koic, Tiffany Linggoputro & Alicia Molesworth
Meriden School
Teacher: Ms Kondichetty

Tempo
Alicia Amann & Georgia Graham
Abbotsleigh School
Teacher: Ms Laing Peach

The prizes for the Division 2 NSW finalists (1st, 2nd and 3rd) were:

1st Place - $150 cash per student, and $200 Dymocks voucher for the school
2nd Place - $100 cash per student; and
3rd Place - $50 cash per student

 

 

Congratulations to all the winners. Be sure to incorporate the PYOE competition into your Commerce and/or Business Studies teaching and learning program in 2019.


From left to right:
Julian Annison (NSW and National Division 1 PYOE Competition  Winner) and Joe Alvaro (President - Economics and Business Educators NSW) at the 2018 NSW PYOE Awards Ceremony


From left to right: Alicia Amann (NSW Division 2 PYOE Competition Winner) and Joe Alvaro (President - Economics and Business Educators NSW) at the 2018 NSW PYOE Awards Ceremony (Absent: Georgia Graham who was also the NSW Division 2 PYOE Competition Winner)


EBE NSW President Joe Alvaro (far left) with NSW PYOE Competition Finalists at the 2018 NSW PYOE Awards Ceremony

NSW Division 1 Winner successful at the 2018 Business Educators Australasia Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition National Awards Ceremony – 11 October 2018

The Plan Your Own Enterprise Competition NSW Division 1 winner, Julian Annison from Inaburra School, represented NSW at  the Business Educators Australasia National PYOE Awards Ceremony in Sydney at Commonwealth Bank Place South (11 Harbour Street, Sydney)  on 11 October 2018, following the NSW Awards Ceremony.  Julian joined the division one finalists from the other states and territories of Australia. Julian  was successful in being the national Division 1 winner for his business plan, AspergerAssist. Well done to Julian on this significant achievement at a national level.

The national Division 2 winner was Eloise Webster, Olivia Pietralla and Rubi Brady from Camberwall Girls Grammar School in Victoria for their business plan, Weasley’s Wash n’ Walk.

EBE NSW congratulates the 2018 PYOE national winners.


From left to right: Nicole McCormack, Commonwealth Bank Deputy General Manager Small Business Sales and Services, Julian Annison (NSW and National Division 1 PYOE Competition Winner) and Tony Kuc (President – Business Educators Australasia)

illuminate:nextgen Challenge

The illuminate:nextgen Challenge is a week long challenge which involves students exploring key concepts and ideas around starting their own business to solve a current problem in their community. The ideas are developed using contemporary business planning tools, with students presenting business plans, financial forecasts, pitch decks, marketing collateral and more to prove the viability of their business.

Each challenge is facilitated by illuminate Education's experts as well as business and community leaders who will share their experience and knowledge through presentations, assessment and feedback.

Dates for the illuminate:nextgen Challenge in NSW:
Sydney
18 to 22 November 2019
Hosted at: UTS

Port Macquarie
2 to 6 September 2019
Hosted at: Charles Sturt University

Wollongong
2 to 6 December 2019
Hosted at: University of Wollongong

>> Further details

Letter from the Rule of Law Institute of Australia

Please read the letter below  (dated 4 March 2019) that EBE NSW has received by Jackie Charles (Education Manager at the Rule of Law Institute of Australia) regarding "Court Visits to the Downing Centre Court Building".

>> Read letter concerning Court Visits to the Downing Centre Court Building

NSW Curriculum Review

On 13 May 2018, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education Rob Stokes announced that NESA (NSW Education Standards Authority)  will undertake a  review of the NSW curriculum to ensure it equips students to continue to contribute to Australian society into the 21st century. NESA has engaged Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to lead the review.

>> EBE NSW has made a submission to the Review. Read the submission here.

Economics, Business Studies and Legal Studies: A teacher professional learning tour of East Coast USA

Dates: 8th – 18th January, 2020 

Academy Travel, in conjunction with Economics and Business Educators NSW, is delighted to present an outstanding professional development opportunity for teachers of Economics, Business Studies, Legal Studies and Commerce. 

The itinerary begins in Washington DC, where teachers will tour key government organisations and significant landmarks. Continuing to New York City, participants will explore the Financial District, international law and order, and the world of commerce.

In addition, the itinerary includes a series of guided tours and site visits with experts. There is also time at leisure for sightseeing, shopping and exploring.

>> Further details, including a detailed itinerary

Submission to NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) – Re 2018 NESA Draft Commerce Syllabus

EBE NSW has made a submission to the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) re the 2018 NESA  Draft Commerce Syllabus.

>> Read the submission here.

NESA Draft Commerce Syllabus

The current Commerce syllabus was last revised in 2003. The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) has released a draft Commerce syllabus.

>> The draft NESA Commerce syllabus can be found here

>> The “Commerce Years 7-10 draft syllabus summary of changes” can be found here

Have your say on the draft Commerce syllabus by completing a survey, attending a consultation meeting, and/or submitting a written response to the project manager. Consultation will be open from 23 July 2018 to 2 September 2018.

>> More information can be found here

Economics and Business Educators NSW will be making a submission about the draft Commerce syllabus and members are encouraged to contribute to the submission by sending their comments about the draft Commerce syllabus to admin@ebe.nsw.edu.au.

Some questions to consider:

  • What are the strengths of the syllabus?
  • What are the challenges of the syllabus?
  • Is there enough balance between economics, business, law, consumer and financial literacy and  civics and citizenship subject matter?
  • Considering the Commerce syllabus was last revised in 2003, to what extent is the current syllabus relevant to today's changing commercial environment and contemporary teaching and learning ?
  • What do you think about the content from the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business and the ACARA Australian Curriculum:Civics and Citizenship to develop the draft Commerce syllabus?

EBE NSW made a submission to NESA when the review of the Commerce syllabus was    
announced in 2017.

>> Read the submission here

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) also made a submission during this period – read their submission here.

In response to the draft Commerce syllabus, the RBA has made a “Supplementary submission to NESA Review of Commerce Years 7 – 10 Syllabus”.

>> This submission can be found here

2018 Business Educators Australasia (BEA) Award of Recognition – Bronwyn Hession

Congraulations to Bronwyn Hession (EBE NSW Life Member) who was awarded the 2018 Business Educators Australasia (BEA) Award of Recognition for Outstanding Service to Business Educators Australasia and its affiliate Associations at the 2018 BEA Biennial Conference which was held in Canberra between the 3rd and 5th October 2018.

>> Award Citation

Bronwyn Hession (left) with her 2018 BEA Award of Recognition and BEA President, Tony Kuc (right)

Bronwyn Hession (left) with her 2018 BEA Award of Recognition and EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro (right)

   
  From left to right: Joe Alvaro (EBE NSW President) , Bronwyn Hession with her 2018 BEA Award of Recognition , Mai Ni Pham (EBE NSW Vice-President), Leith Thompson (EBE NSW Director) and Wendy Mockler – Giles (EBE NSW Director)  

EBE Journal Issue 2 2017Latest issue of “The EBE Journal - Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW” (Issue 2, 2017) now available

The latest issue of The EBE Journal - Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW  (Issue 2 — 2017) is now available in the members section of the website. EBE members must login to access the latest EBE Journal. Past issues of "The EBE Journal" are also in the members section.

Contents

  • President’s Report
  • EBE NSW News
  • 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference - New Frontiers: Economics and Business Education in an Era of Innovation
    - Report by Elizabeth Perry, 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference Rural Grant Recipient, The Rivers Secondary College, Richmond River High Campus
  • 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference - New Frontiers: Economics and Business Education in an Era of Innovation
    - Report by Daniel Benjamin, 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference Rural Grant Recipient, Sapphire Coast Anglican College, Bega
  • Business Case Study: Ecto Handplanes - Cheryl Brennan
  • Case Study: Nahji Chu, Queen of Rice Paper Rolls - Mai Ni Pham
  • Developing Deep, Authentic Learning Experiences in Economics - Matt Robinson
  • A student from Quilpie in South West Queensland wins National 1st in the ASX Schools Sharemarket Game (Game 2, 2017) - Amanda Mior
  • PYOE Competition 2017 – Winning NSW Division 1 entry
  • Yesterday news and Breaking news: Using media file templates to help students unpack all sorts of news - Mai Ni Pham
  • Should we do away with exams altogether? No, but we need to rethink their design and purpose - The Conversation, December 1 2016
  • Getting students to put their legal knowledge into practice to demonstrate understanding - Mai Ni Pham
  • What is race? - Olivia Bui
  • Submission to Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC): National Financial Literacy Strategy Consultation 2017 (October 2017) from Economics and Business Educators NSW
  • NSW Education Standards Authority 2017 Consultation Draft NSW Supplementary Documentation: Subject Content Knowledge Requirements (Revised) - Submission from Economics and Business Educators NSW
  • Open Letter from 25 Teacher Associations supports copyright
  • Submission to NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) regarding the review of the Commerce Syllabus from Economics and Business Educators NSW
  • President’s Report to the 2017 Economics and Business - Educators NSW Annual General Meeting (11 December 2017)
  • Economics and Business Educators NSW Financial Statements for the year ended 30th June 2017
  • Economics and Business Educators NSW Financial Statements for the year ended 30th June 2016

Back issues of the "The EBE Journal - Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW" are also available in the members section of this website and contain useful teaching and learning resources.

Academic and Professional Speakers in Schools

Academics and professionals from Western Sydney University are available to speak in schools or to school groups free of charge. Many are leaders in their fields. This program gives teachers opportunities to extend and enhance their students' learning and educational aspirations, whilst increasing their own knowledge.

Check out the register for information on each speaker's area of expertise, sample topics, suggested audiences and estimated presentation times.

>> More information

>> To book a speaker download this form or book online

If you have any questions about the program, please email schoolsengagement@westernsydney.edu.au. Do NOT contact the speakers directly. This helps Western Sydney University  effectively organise and track use of the register.

Professional Teachers' Council NSW Media Release - "Celebration of Excellence" (27 October 2017)

EBE NSW congratulates all the recipients of the 2017 Professional Teachers' Council NSW Outstanding Professional Service Awards and the 2017 Professional Teachers' Council NSW Outstanding Beginning Teacher Awards. Congratulations to EBE NSW Director Nicholas Ward who has received a 2017 Professional Teachers' Council NSW Outstanding Beginning Teacher Award.

Compass: The Staffroom - Part 1, Part 2 and and Part 3 (ABC Television) has received the 2017 Professional Teachers' Council NSW Media Award.

>> Full details in  the Professional Teachers' Council NSW Media Release - Celebration of Excellence (27 October 2017) which can be accessed here.

2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference Speaker Chris Anderson (Founder of Ecto Handplanes) on "Shark Tank" this Tuesday night on Channel 10

Shark TankChris Anderson as the founder of Ecto Handplanes, the bodysurfing business, recently presented an engaging discussion at the 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference in July at UTS. As an award winning Australian-based interdisciplinary artist and designer, he spoke about innovation and how budding entrepreneurs can seek inspiration from a range of life experiences. Chris' drive and ambition serve Is a powerful example of how our curriculum in Business Studies can connect to our students through people's stories. 

Chris will appear in Tuesday's episode (19 September 2017) of Shark Tank on Channel 10 (check your TV Guide for the time), where you can follow his journey with your class. Student engagement comes from relevant and authentic learning experiences, and Chris will deliver on this. Ecto Handplanes could be used as an engaging case study in Business Studies or Commerce. Watching Shark Tank this Tuesday will prove to be a good follow up  to Chris' session at the 2017 EBE NSW Annual Conference.

If your're a teacher it pays to learn what you can claim at tax time

The Australian Taxation Office has published a document titled,"If your're a teacher it pays to learn what you can claim at tax time". Read the document here.

Article about the 2016 EBE NSW Legal Update Conference

The article "Legals enthrall delegates at EBE NSW event" by Sarah Duggan - 1 February 2017 (about the 2016 EBE NSW Legal Update Conference) is available here.

Economics and Business Educators NSW wins 2014 ASIC MoneySmart Week Award

Money Smart Week Award

On 2 September 2014, EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro, and EBE NSW  Director, Bronwyn Hession attended the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) MoneySmart 2014 Awards Presentation Dinner to accept a Highly Commended Award for EBE NSW in the Education category on behalf of the EBE NSW Board of Directors, staff and members. The MoneySmart Week Awards recognise the outstanding achievements in financial literacy across five categories, including education. EBE NSW is proud of its work in the area of financial literacy and it was an honour to receive this award.

The award citation and judges’ comments appear below:

Economics and Business Educators (EBE NSW) has been supporting secondary teachers of financial literacy and their students on an ongoing and sustained basis since its creation in 1968. EBE NSW specialises in providing classroom and syllabus focused professional development courses for teachers of financial literacy. Designed by practicing classroom teachers and academics, these courses encourage interaction between high quality stakeholders in financial literacy and teachers who are on the frontline, teaching financial literacy in classrooms. EBE NSW has designed, conducted and evaluated professional development events focusing on financial literacy over the years, including

  • 2014 EBE Annual Conference;
  • Revamping and Resourcing Commerce; and
  • The EBE Journal – Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW.

The EBE NSW has also been very active in advocating for the inclusion of financial literacy in the Australian Curriculum and engaging teachers with consultation processes. As financial literacy is given increased attention in the curriculum, EBE NSW will continue to design and implement effective professional development courses using the expertise and skills of its members and its connections with stakeholders in the financial literacy sector.

Judges Comment
The Judges highly commended Economics & Business Educators NSW for the great work they are doing, and the importance of their work in the community. They have been a key player for several decades and have made a major contribution to financial literacy. Economics & Business Educators NSW have played a vital role connecting the corporate and education sectors to reinvigorate secondary school subjects and hold a respected annual conference.

EBE NSW congratulates Wingham High School who was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award in the education category and commends the excellent work the school is doing in the area of financial literacy. And congratulations to Enactus University of Western Australia who also won a Highly Commended Award in the education category.

>>  For more information about the awards, visit Award Year 2014 – MoneySmart Week.

EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro, receiving a 2014 ASIC MoneySmart Week Award for EBE NSW


EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro (far right), receiving a 2014 ASIC MoneySmart Week Award for EBE NSW


EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro (right) and EBE NSW Director Bronwyn Hession (left) with the 2014 ASIC MoneySmart Week Award for EBE NSW

EBE NSW Webinar on the ACARA Draft Years 5-10 Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business

On 18 June 2013 EBE NSW held a webinar on the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) Draft Years 5-10 Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business (the draft curriculum can be accessed on the ACARA website). Participants were able to hear from EBE NSW Director Professor John Lodewijks who gave an overview of the draft curriculum, as well ask questions and offer feedback.
>> Listen to the webinar (Requires Flash Player 10.3 or above) 

EBE NSW Webinar on the ACARA Draft Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business

On 10 September 2012 EBE NSW held a webinar on the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) Draft Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business ( this document can be accessed on the ACARA website).  Participants were able to hear from EBE NSW Director Professor John Lodewijks who gave an overview of the Draft Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Economics and Business. Participants were also able to ask questions, give feedback and answer poll questions. The webinar recording can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
>> Listen to the webinar (Requires Flash Player 10.3 or above) 
>> Poll questions and the results from the webinar

EBE NSW President interviewed by the Business Spectator about the declining number of students studying Economics

EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro, was interviewed for the article, "Retuning Australia's Economic Debate" by John Conroy (Business Spectator, 1 June 2012) which looked at the declining number of students studying Economics .

>> Read the full article here.

The full article was also reprinted in "The EBE Journal - Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW" ( Issue 2, 2012) which can be found in the members section of the website.

EBE NSW Directors interviewed by The Sydney Morning Herald about financial literacy

EBE NSW Directors Joe Alvaro and Liz Criddle were interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald for the article "Financial guidance on the money" (1-2 October 2011).

>> Read the full article here.

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