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Our passion…economics education. Our mission…to provide online, supplementary economics lessons to young adults, while fostering an appreciation for the relevance of Christianity and economic principles. Our goal…to make learning enjoyable and interesting. How...by providing interactive exercises, videos, text, and relevant articles. Our classroom…anywhere with an internet connection. Our market…teachers, homeschools, schools, and anyone else interested in understanding economics.
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|Detailed Glossary of Economic Terms|
|Links to Relevant Articles and Resources|
The US economy remains healthy: growth is near a record pace, unemployment is very low, and inflation is tame. The rate of economic growth slowed from what most economists consider an unsustainable rate of 4.2% in the second quarter to a more sustainable rate of 3.5%. An analysis, with links to sources and graphs are included. MORE
Everyone should see these five graphs before voting if the economy is an important consideration. MORE
The Federal Reserve increased interest rates in late September. Why? Because the US economy continues to thrive. In fact, there is some concern it is growing at an unsustainable pace and the accommodative policy of low interest rates to induce growth is now inappropriate. There is a greater risk of the economy overheating. MORE
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The Higher Rock lessons have been presented in an easy-to-understand format, with the information in each lesson being very relevant and extremely helpful in furthering my knowledge of economics. I appreciate that the lessons are straightforward and are explained in terms that are accessible for people with varying levels of exposure to economics.