The Year Ahead for E^3NE

Ethics and Economics Education of New England continues to grow, thanks to the generosity of our highly engaged donors. This year, we have expanded Ethics and Economics Challenge to a second high school and are negotiating with a third school for the 2018-19 academic year. The program at Founders Academy launched in October, and the program at Merrimack Valley High School (our fourth year there!) began in November. We are also open to starting a program for homeschooled high school students in southern New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts; contact us for more information.

Moreover, E3NE is proud to announce that we are sponsoring another Big Idea event in February in conjunction with the New Hampshire Liberty Forum. The event is a roundtable on the question, “Is the welfare state good or bad for freedom?,” featuring Veronique de Rugy of the Mercatus Center and Will Wilkinson of the Niskanen Institute, moderated by E3NE President Jason Sorens. The event will take place at the Radisson Manchester on Thursday February 8 at 4 PM. Check back here in the coming days for more details.


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As we move forward into 2018, I’m excited about what the coming year holds in store for E3NE. If you want to stay in touch, please use the box to the right to sign up for our newsletter. And as always, we are happy to receive your support in whatever amount you choose. We manage to do a great deal with comparatively little.