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Teacher Spotlight – Greg Caskey

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Meet the author of FTE’s latest Hot Topic, The US Airline Industry…Fight or Flight!?

Greg Caskey teaches Historical Economics at the Delaware Military Academy, located in Wilmington, Delaware.  A graduate of the Masters in Economics & Entrepreneurship for Educators program at the University of Delaware, Greg is the founder of HipHoponomics, which is the marriage of economics and hip-hop designed to creatively engage students on matters of rigorous economics content.

He has written, produced, and recorded two albums, “HipHoponomics Vol. 1: Views from the Academy” (June 2016) and “HipHoponomics Vol. 2: The Man, The Myth, Adam Smith” (May 2017).  The most recent album gained regional and national media attention in various newspapers, radio stations, podcasts, and TV stations, including a nationally syndicated column by renowned economist Dr. Walter E. Williams.

His most recent work includes a music video collaboration with Jacob Clifford of ACDC Econ & Leadership entitled “Why Learn Economics?  Having taken numerous FTE courses as a component of his graduate school program, Greg loves producing economics content for other educators to use.

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