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Economics

$300.00/Semester
Economics
This class is currently archived, but if you're interested in it being taught again, you can express your interest here!
09/07/2020 - 01/15/2021
Fall Semester
0.5 credits in Electives
Grades 7-12

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About the course

This semester-long course is a flipped-classroom approach to online learning with video lectures and live weekly recitations taught by George Harrell. Students will learn how the true science of economics is built on axioms derived from the classical study of human society, and how these axioms are then used as deductive stepping stones to form economic laws. At the center of our study lies the Word of God which rules over our interpretation of these laws.

About the teacher

George Harrell George Harrell has a master's degree in Theology and Letters from New St. Andrew's College. He has taught American history for adults and currently teaches US History and Economics at Kepler. He currently lives in Idaho with his wife and son.