Top 3 High School Business Curriculum Articles of 2014 Blog Feature
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By: Sarah Layton on January 5th, 2015

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Top 3 High School Business Curriculum Articles of 2014

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It's hard to believe that 2014 is all but complete! Over the course of the year, we've covered such a variety of topics. But what were the most popular posts about high school business curriculum in 2014? Here's what got your attention this year...

The Best Way to Teach Entrepreneurship to High School Students

All the way back in January 2014, Ken Richard took some time to research teaching entrepreneurship in high school. He found some great resources and shared them with our readers. Here's what Ken found that you could include in your high school business curriculum:

And THEN, that's when the article gets really interesting...including a reference to the Dollar Shave Guy!

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High School Business Curriculum

Back in April 2014, Anne Kuser shared some great information about where to find high school business curriculum. In the article, she gives a little introduction to the following resources:

Here are some other worthwhile resources you may wish to look at (in no special order):

This is just a sampling of the resources available for business education, but it’s a place to start if you’re reviewing what’s “out there!”  For other information, you could take a look here.

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Business Education Lesson Plans: Personal Finance

The third most popular high school business curriculum post for 2014 came in July. I still have to chuckle when I read this post that included a personal story about my son and his acquisition of a Reebok Crossfit baseball cap. It turned out to be a great lesson to him about personal finance. To follow up, he NEVER wears this cap...I think he has very negative feelings associated with it after being lectured about personal finance. But never fear. My daughter happily adopted it, so it wasn't a complete loss.

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About Sarah Layton

Sarah has been with AES since 1998, first serving as a curriculum developer, and now as a customer support analyst and content creator. She is committed to helping instructors gain experience and confidence using our solutions and to providing excellent customer care.