"Higher Rock Education is committed to providing free economic education to develop global understanding, compassion, & economic literacy"
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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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|Our Lessons Include:|
|Detailed Glossary of Economic Terms|
|Links to Relevant Articles and Resources|
One of our most popular blogs was about algorithmic pricing and how it had gone awry during a strike of the subway workers in London. If you read her previous blog on algorithmic pricing, you could be forgiven for thinking that it's a disaster waiting to happen – leave a computer in charge of setting rates and sooner or later your prices will be spiraling out of control. This blog examines the efficiency of algorighmic pricing. MORE
The lack of skilled trades is deterring growth in the construction industry, which helps explain why electricians are getting older. Click to read more! MORE
Health care is a universal concern and every country has a different solution. Read how getting sick during the day in Australia can cost a fortune, but in the evening is free! Click to Read More! MORE
I like the way Higher Rock makes economics understandable by providing clear written text, entertaining videos, and instructive interactive exercises.
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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.