Well, textbook publisher Glencoe, McGraw-Hill has apparently found another type of graphic illustration that anyone can understand: cartoons.
The Canyon Crest Academy is a school in the San Dieguito Union High School District in California. Apparently, they use economic textbooks published by Glencoe McGraw-Hill, which uses a supplement called “Economic Cartoons”.
This 39-page document is a teaching resource and uses editorial cartoons to illustrate various economic concepts. The authors added a number of questions after each cartoon designed to stimulate conversation and communicate
economic principles. The document is both entertaining and informative.
So, if you think cartoons are only good for a laugh, think again. Economics is too.