Education layers

Economics education is not only there to train future economists. Students in secondary schools also receive economics lessons, and in secondary schools economics subjects are part of various vocational courses. At universities of applied sciences and higher education, economics faculties offer various courses - think finance, accountancy, (technical) business administration and general and commercial economics.

Regardless of the stratum of learning or (vocational) education, there is room in economics education to enrich lessons with broader economic theories. What scope there is, and how new economic thinking can be given a place in teaching practice, differs for each level of education. Below you will find inspiration for each layer of education and see what content the Week of Economics Education offers.

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