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Bell Community Adult School Gage Middle School Huntington Park Community Adult School Linda Marquez High School Miles Elementary School Slawson Occupational Center South East High School Tweedy Learning Center
Adult Basic Education Adult Secondary Education Career Technical Education English As a Second Language
Schedule of Classes
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This competency-based course provides an understanding of the basic principles of economics and how they are applied to macroeconomic systems. Topics include an analysis of the role of the consumer in those economics systems, the role of private and public sectors of the economy, market command, and mixed systems, the dynamic relationship between supply and demand, factors of production, and the role of government in maintaining market equilibrium. Government revenue and expenditures and taxation and provision of government services are examined. Finally, the interrelationship of international trade and associated benefits and problems of global economic systems are explored. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the “g” (elective) subject area of the UC/CSU “a-g” requirements for freshman admission. The NCAA has approved this course for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from schools in the Division.



  1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test
  2. Completion of Integrated Mathematics/1 (31-01-61)
  3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor