How to amortize a loan using an Excel spreadsheet.
Students will participate in a brief activity as well as direct instruction that explains the purpose of stocks and bonds from both a corporate and investor perspective. Then they will work in groups to make investment decisions in a structured stock market game set in January 2000. Students will analyze the performance of their investment portfolios over a decade and evaluate their gains and losses, calculating rates of return. Finally, they will evaluate the pros and cons of investing in stocks and bonds, looking at both risk and return.
Recently, the concept and use of school vouchers has come to the forefront of political, societal, constitutional, and economical discourse. From Florida's new voucher program to the presidential political debates, school vouchers continue to be a most controversial topic.
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