In AP U.S. Government and Politics, students learn about the theoretical origins and founding documents of American government; the rights and liberties we have as citizens; the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government; parties and elections; public policy; and how a biblical worldview shapes our understanding of every area of government and political life.
AP Macroeconomics introduces students to the economic way of thinking and explores topics such as economic growth and productivity, the financial sector, inflation, unemployment, international trade, the role of government in the economy… and many more! Students are challenged to consider and discuss how the Bible informs our understanding of economic principles and practices.
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