Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Economics for Students

Economic Thinking: Tools for Economic Education:

Our mission is to inspire students to explore the dynamics of a market economy through understanding the central role of economic freedom, property rights, and the rule of law in promoting progress and prosperity in America and around the world.

Our goal is to connect intellectually hungry speech and debate students with the already well-established world of free-market scholarship. High school and homeschool students deserve an opportunity to learn how free societies work and why they are just.

Debate students are idea-leaders among their peers, and will continue as strong leaders in college and their professional careers. The core of Economic Thinking is developing connections between free-market groups and high school and homeschool students who invest huge amounts of time and intellectual energy in thinking about public policy issues.


They also have a specific homeschool page.

Also, a book titled A Student’s Guide to Economics, by Paul Heyne, is reviewed at this blog.

HT to BK Marcus at lowercase liberty for both items.

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