Economics is a semester course that will provide students with a better understanding
of the American economy. Students will experience application of the following Arizona
Economics Standards: implications of scarcity, analysis of current events, interdependence
of households and firms, comparison of different economic systems, principles of
micro-economics and macro-economics, the economic role of government, affects of
international trade, and financial choices. This interactive course uses hands-on simulations,
projects, and activities to introduce the fundamental principles of economics.
(This course meets state economic standards and the TUHSD economics credit requirements.
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