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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Economics? - Definition & Types
Course SummaryView High School: Economics is part of View High School, an AdvancEd-accredited private online high school. If you're a student who is pursuing a VHS diploma, or if you're looking for a resource for independent study, accelerated learning or credit recovery, then this course is for you!
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About This Course
In View High School: Economics, you'll learn about the fundamentals of economics through engaging and expertly taught lessons. The course is aligned with common core standards, and it covers the basics of supply and demand, economic production, the labor market, inflation, monetary policies and much more.
In order to fulfill all of the course requirements, you'll need to complete every lesson and quiz. You'll receive a course syllabus from your View High School instructor, which may contain additional requirements, such as participating in forum discussions, completing chapter assignments and submitting a final course assignment. If you have any questions along the way, don't hesitate to reach out to your instructor, who will also be monitoring your course progress.
This View High School course will help fulfill all VHS student goals including:
- Earning a high school diploma
- Credit recovery
- Coursework to supplement other high school programs
- Accelerated learning
- Nontraditional students, like student athletes
- Independent study
- Economic thought
- Supply and demand
- Producers and production in economics
- Economic government influence and market structures
- Trade and specialization
- The fundamentals of economic resource markets
- Economy measuring methods
- The labor market
- Inflation and unemployment
- The principles of money
- Monetary and fiscal policies
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