That I can assign as reading and make my TA give one or two lectures on to cover enough Linear Algebra for me to freely use it in undergrad econometrics
Any undergrad level math for Econ books

That I can assign as reading and make my TA give one or two lectures on to cover enough Linear Algebra for me to freely use it in undergrad econometrics
No, you can't use linear algebra in undergrad econometrics or else everyone fail. They don't have the mathematical maturity to understand a condensed lesson on linear algebra.

This is why America is so behind in education. Of course you should teach necessary linear algebra to supplement the material, engineering departments do it all the time
No, you can't use linear algebra in undergrad econometrics or else everyone fail. They don't have the mathematical maturity to understand a condensed lesson on linear algebra.

This is why America is so behind in education. Of course you should teach necessary linear algebra to supplement the material, engineering departments do it all the time
No, you can't use linear algebra in undergrad econometrics or else everyone fail. They don't have the mathematical maturity to understand a condensed lesson on linear algebra.
Teaching confidence and fostering creativity is much more important.

This is why America is so behind in education. Of course you should teach necessary linear algebra to supplement the material, engineering departments do it all the time
No, you can't use linear algebra in undergrad econometrics or else everyone fail. They don't have the mathematical maturity to understand a condensed lesson on linear algebra.
Engineering students have the mathematical maturity to absorb this, because their prerequisities are a full calc sequence, diff EQ and linear algebra. Econ majors require business calc, so you can't give them the same material as engineering students or they will all fail.

This is why America is so behind in education. Of course you should teach necessary linear algebra to supplement the material, engineering departments do it all the time
No, you can't use linear algebra in undergrad econometrics or else everyone fail. They don't have the mathematical maturity to understand a condensed lesson on linear algebra.
This. Whether one should do it in a perfect world, and whether one can in practice to the typical class of American economics undergrads at a nonelite university without chaos and mass failure are two different claims.