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Consumer Education

85101 Consumer Education / Personal Finance Grades 10 11 12 .5 credit
This course provides practical, usable knowledge from which the students can benefit as they move into the rigors and demands of independent adult living. Students will examine and research major buying decisions such as auto, housing, furniture, etc. Consumer Education provides training in insurance buying, credit accounts, banking activities, investments, budgeting, food and nutrition as well as decision-making. FCCLA may be an integral part of the course. Students may choose to take one or two semesters.