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By Lillian Fleming
Law and the Individual at Prospect is taught in eight different sections, six are taught by Mr. Adair, and two are taught by Mr. Heilman, and past years Mr. Hodges has also taught it.
Law and the Individual is an elective, not a required class but it does fall under the consumer ed. category, and can get you that required credit. There has been talk that it should be a it could soon be taken away as the consumer ed requirement. With this class not being a consumer ed requirement, less students will take it, and could possibly get taken away.
This is not just some sit down and takes notes class. Its more of an interactive class, where you can ask questions that make you really think, and cure your curiosity.
This class used to be called American Problems. A few years ago they actually had more students signed up for American Problems than the required social studies course.
“I learn new things from my students all the time. Mr. Adair said, How many classes a day do you hear students saying well how? when? but why? and more questions into detail”
This is a class where all your questions can be answered. Mr. Adair plans to take a survey soon to see what attaches students to this class. Our counselors do an excellent job of recommending this class.
“I don’t think it should necessarily be a requirement but its a great class to fill the consumer ed. credit!” Isabella Winkler said.
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