NYS Standards Correlations


Junior Achievement programs offer a multidisciplinary approach – connecting information across social studies disciplines such as economics, geography, history, government, and civics while incorporating mathematical concepts and reasoning and language arts skills.


This list is not meant to be exhaustive or intended to suggest that a JA program will completely address any given standard, but is designed to show how it can enhance or complement efforts to do so. The flexibility of the programs and supplementary materials allow specific content or skills to be addressed in depth by the teacher and/or business volunteer as needed. 


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Junior Achievement programs can be found in 172 schools and more than 1,150 classrooms in 12 Northeastern New York counties