Economics introduces students to the basics of economic principles and economic systems. Students will analyze and interpret data to understand the laws of supply and demand and other fundamental economic principles. Students will be provided opportunities to apply economic principles to today's economy and through examining the world of business, money, banking, and finance, students will understand how important economics is both domestically and globally. Students will also explore the government's role in establishing economic stability in the American Free Enterprise System as well as understanding the U.S. economy's impact globally.

This course includes a broad series of lessons and activities that offer a variety of modalities for ultimate student engagement and content retention. Each unit contains a series of lessons that include introduction of content, virtual demonstration of that content, and repeated opportunity to practice that content, along with a quiz per lesson, exam per unit, and final exam at the end of the course.

The Smartfox credit recovery classes balance the mastery expectations of all Smartfox courses with the flexibility needed by students who didn't quite get it the first time around and need more support and a second try!

Sarah Delawder - Director of Curriculum, Method Schools