|Event||Introducing Progress and Poverty (serves as first session of Progress and Poverty)||5:30 PM Thursday||October 12||1||Chuck Metalitz||Loop|
|Basic||Progress and Poverty (classic version)||5:30 PM Thursday||October 19||December 21||2-10||Adam Kerman||Loop|
|Advanced||Applied Economics ADVANCED COURSE||5:30 PM Monday||October 9||December 11||10||Chuck Metalitz||Loop or by Zoom|
Loop events and classes meet at Signature Office Center, 333 S Wabash Ave #2700.
You are welcome to attend the first session of either course without paying any fee. If you choose to enroll in the course, a $25 fee is requested to help cover expenses. The registration fee includes the text and all class materials.
Class is scheduled for two hours, 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM Central time, but some adjustment can be made to accommodate student constraints.
Applied Economics is an ADVANCED COURSE, which presupposes familiarity with the concepts explored in Progress and Poverty. Students should have previously taken Progress and Poverty or its equivalent with us or at another Henry George School, or through the Henry George Institute, or elsewhere.
Applied Economics will also be offered by Zoom. You must register by email to attend by Zoom. email@example.com
Due to building policies, you must register to attend any of our events and classes at 333 S Wabash Ave #2700. Let us know by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312 362-9302 to attend. There’s no obligation.