Economics at Perry High School is a semester-long course designed to engage students in an exploration of the how the world works and how/why individuals, businesses, and nations make decisions. Students will be investigating opportunity costs, scarcity, foundations of economics (both macro and micro), business organizations, global economies, and much more. Students will also engage in thoughtful conversations about the complex society we live in, including how to navigate the world after high school with an indept look into personal finance and decision making.
For day-to-day info on class activities, please visit my planbook (below), calendar and important course files pages. Also, you can find a useful links tab on the side.