Beyond 'home ec'
The subject is no longer called home economics.
“It’s a program that is trying to evolve with the times,” said Kirsten Yargus, the family and consumer sciences teacher at Genoa-Kingston High School. “We don’t have as many stay-at-home moms. Most families need that dual income.”
Family and consumer sciences classes are evolving to focus on the changing responsibilities teens face in personal, family and job situations. The classes help the students learn skills needed to become self-sufficient and ready for employment.
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