Welcome to my World: Crawford Economics/PFL



  • The purpose of an economics course is to develop an understanding of economic concepts such as scarcity, marginal analysis, supply, and demand, to provide insight into social and political issues, and to discover how individual actions ultimately affect markets and the economy as a whole.
    Economics provides students with the opportunity to experiment with future career paths and practice necessary life skills such as money management and interpersonal relationships. The study of economics provides modern society with a unique perspective to view the world.
    Students are taught to think critically and they learn to improve their analytical skills. These various skills will enable society to comprehend perplex information and contemplate meaningful solutions to problems. Students will be required to complete and pass both an End-Of-Course Georgia Milestones Assessment and an End-Of-Course Performance Task.

    Economics Georgia Standards of Excellence 

    This personal financial literacy course is designed to alert, inform, and educate students in concepts of personal finance and money management. Students will begin to develop the skills and strategies that promote personal and financial responsibility related to financial planning, savings, investment, and charitable giving in the global economy. Effective money management is a disciplined behavior. It is difficult to master, and much easier when learned earlier in life.
    This course will start students on a path toward being in control of their financial futures. Five broad topics will be the foundation of the course: college and career planning, money management, savings and investing, income, and spending.
    The course will teach students to search and assess college and career opportunities, identify and prioritize their personal money management goals, develop personal spending and savings plans, comprehend the impact of time on the value of money, understand the cost of using credit, and protect assets. 

Economics/PFL Course Calendar