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Students will analyze what it means to pursue economic progress by studying the core values, events and people in the United States starting from the Progressive Movement through the modern era. Students will discuss the Industrial Revolution, the Age of Imperialism and New Deal reforms.
by Jennifer Steigerwald Massapequa School District
The Advanced Placement program offers a course and exam in Microeconomics to qualified students who wish to complete studies in secondary school equivalent to an introductory college course in Microeconomics. The material contained herein reflects the content of an introductory college course in Microeconomics. The Advanced placement examination is representative of such a course and is an appropriate measurement of skills and knowledge in Microeconomics.