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Financial literacy is defined as the ability to read, analyze, manage and communicate about the personal financial conditions that affect material well-being. It includes the ability to discern financial choices, discuss money and financial issues without (or despite) discomfort, plan for the future and respond competently to life events that affect every day financial decisions, including events in the general economy. 

–Report of the NASBE Commission on Financial and Investor Literacy

ODE Financial Literacy Content Standards

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American Government is a one year course, which covers the historical development of the American Constitution, political parties, the election process, the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of government, and the basic principles of capitalism, socialism, and communism.

A survey of the basic concepts, methods, principles used in the scientific study of human interaction.  Emphasis is on such sociological concepts as socialization, social stratification, social organization, minority groups, and social change.  Includes population, social change, and social institutions (family, education, religion, political system, economic system).

Experimental course focusing on training students with basic technology skills.