HIGH SCHOOL FOOD COURTDownload
The student council is asked by the principal to recommend to the school board which restaurants should be chosen for the new campus food court. Students analyze data on which restaurants would bring in the most revenue (given demand for their products), but must balance this with meeting the needs of various groups within the student body. Topics include costs of production, fixed and variable costs, profit, scarcity, tradeoff, and opportunity cost.
This title is part of the series: HIGH SCHOOL FOOD COURT
Buck Institute for Education/Interact
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