Commerce is one of the most sought after streams of education in today''s time. This ‘demand'' for commerce based courses is due to the perceived proximity of commerce courses to the industry in the real world. However, an analysis of commerce curriculum often reveals course content decontextualised from the society in which the students study, and eventually work. Through an analysis of empirical data, the book addresses the issue of theory-practice link in commerce education at school level. It goes on to raise issues in curriculum development that need to be addressed before commerce curriculum at school level can be reformed. The book concludes by suggesting changes in the commerce curriculum as well as for commerce teaching.