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Home Economics integrates theory and practical skills
required for daily living in the areas of human relationships, consumerism,
food and nutrition and fashion and design. The future of society is dependent
upon youth and their ability to be successful not only in the workplace, but
also in their homes and personal lives.
(Manitoba Education Home Economics Curriculum)
Courses in Home Economics include: Foods and Nutrition,
Fashion and Design, and Family Studies at grade 10, 11 and 12. Grade 12 courses are available