The national semi-finals will take place on May 13.
Semi-final scores will serve two purposes:
Critical Thinking Round:
The virtual Quiz Bowl finals will be on Monday, May 18.
January 2, 2020: Teacher registration opens
January 2-March 11, 2020: Online Qualifier Window Open
March 11, 2020: State Finalist Teachers Notified
March 23, 2020: State Finals at Walsh College
April 15 or 20, 2020: Regional Finals for State Champions
May 16-18, 2020: National Finals in New York City
Teams of three or four high school students compete in a series of challenging tests to demonstrate their economic understanding and reasoning skills. The Challenge matches your team’s understanding of economics with teams from other schools.
Every Michigan school district will have the opportunity to hold a preliminary first round of the Challenge online. The top teams from across Michigan will be invited to participate in a three-round State Finals competition.
The two teams with the highest scores after round three will then compete for the state title in a fast-paced “Quiz Bowl” round. The fun does not stop there! The winner of the state title will compete in an online Regional competition with a chance to qualify for the National Finals in New York!
$1,000 SCHOLARSHIP FOR EACH WINNING TEAM
State Finals in March, 2020 will pit the top teams in the state against one another. The State Finals will be from 9:00am-1:00pm at Walsh College in Novi. Lunch will be provided.
Join us to learn the ins and outs of participating in the online portion of the economics challenge. Topics: how to register, how to create your student teams, and how to obtain your individual and team scores, how to move on to the national semi-finals and national finals. Presented by Jennifer Davidson, President, Nebraska Council of Economic Education.
How to Successfully Compete in the Economics Challenge. A Coach of five National Economics Challenge Championship Teams, Dick Rankin, will deliver his tips on how to prepare for the Economics Challenge Competition and how teachers' economic courses are enhanced by participation in the Economics Challenge. Presented by Dick Rankin, Iolani School
ADAM SMITH DIVISION
2019 Ann Arbor Pioneer High School
DAVID RICARDO DIVISION
2019 Greenhills School