Junior Achievement Program Supplements
Junior Achievement, in cooperation with the Social Science Education Consortium, has developed 12 "Economic Investigations" designed to help High School students achieve a deeper understanding of current economic issues. Each investigation:
Provides a classroom orientation to explore economic concepts similar to the type of experience students would encounter in a laboratory science course.
Reinforces the development of quantitative skills by bringing economic concepts to life through the use of real situations.
Focuses on intriguing economics questions designed to spark student and teacher interest.
|Minimum Wage: Does Raising the Rate Help Younger Workers?|
|Inflation: Are Higher Prices the Only Problem?|
|Imports: Does American Employment Decline Because of International Trade?|
|Women's Wages: Do Women Earn Less Money than Men?|
|Organ Transplants: Where Are the Missing Kidneys?|
|Poverty: How Can a Family Be in Poverty and Not Be Poor?|
|Health Care: Who Should Pay the Cost?|
|Africa-U.S. Trade: What's in It for Africa?|