In 1987, Hornberger left the practice of law to become director of programs at the Foundation for Economic Education in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, publisher of The Freeman.
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FEE stands for Foundation for Economic Education
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- Functional Estimating Equation
- Facility for Earth and Environmental Analysis (UK)
- Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund
- Financial Enterprises Employees Association (India)
- Florida Educational Equity Act of 1984
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Irvington-on-Hudson, NY: Foundation for Economic Education.
It is a product of the Securities Industry Foundation for Economic Education (SIFEE), which states: The Stock Market Game enables participants to discover the risks and rewards involved in decision-making, the sources and uses of capital, and other related economic concepts .
com * Securities Industry Foundation for Economic Education Stock Market Game; 212-618-0519; www.
Further study, including an internship at the Foundation for Economic Education in New York, convinced her, however, of the potential economic fruits of free markets.
He is a former board member of the March of Dimes, the Securities Industry Foundation for Economic Education and the Voter's Assistance Commission.