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Course | Principles of Business Economics New


Principles to Business Economics is an updated version of Business Economics using blended learning strategies such as digital portfolios, choice boards, flipped learning, and station rotation. The course covers basic economic principles, economic systems, entrepreneurship, and careers. Learners have voice and choice as they apply economic principles to an authentic challenge of examining their communities' economic development plans and offering solutions to real issues.

Planning Tools
For Learners

PLANNING TOOLS provides a guide to course implementation, including scope and sequence, lesson plans, and the culminating project overview.

FOR LEARNERS: This resource encourages and supports students on their learning journey by providing opportunities to deepen their knowledge, feed their passion, build their Future Ready skills, and deepen their career identity through NAF's "Take Charge of Your Learning" framework of REFLECT, STRETCH, INNOVATE, and SHOWCASE.

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Powered by AICPA | High school educators can never have too many resources for reaching students - especially ones that help you translate what you're teaching into where it can take them. That's why we're always expanding our inventory of accounting-related content and materials for you and your students.

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Instructional Units

Unit 1 Introduction to Business Economics
Unit 2 Basic Economic Principles
Unit 3 Entrepreneurship and Competition
Unit 4 Economic Systems
Unit 5 Careers in Business Economics
Unit 6 Culminating Project

Featured Resources

Wharton Business Journal

High School Level

Business Journal Articles are written for high school students and explore business...

New National Standards for Personal Financial Education

From the Council for Economic Education

Download the 2022 National Standards fro CEE

Meet Fred


Managed by the Federal Reserve, FRED provides real-time data which students can use in their research

Neighborhood Redlining and Homeownership


Published by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, an in-depth exploration of the practice of redlining and the...

Effects of Gentrification

Case Study

Students research potential impacts of an economic development plan on the local community

To Build or not to Build?


The Economics of Sports. Students apply economic principles to decide the feasibility of building a sports...

Economic Development: My Hometown

Culminating Project

Students research local economic development plans and apply their knowledge of economic principles in a...

Culturally Responsive Teaching


On-demand webinar series from econedlink

Crash Course - Economics

YouTube Playlist

Economics made easy! Students can use this 36 YouTube Playlist as an overview or a review of the concepts taught...

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