Money 101: High Schools Get Real, Mandate Finance Classes for Gen Z

Compulsory personal finance classes are being adopted in schools across the U.S., and for good reason. A Much-Needed Boost Financial literacy rates in the U.S. are becoming an increasing cause for concern, and dozens of states are using the education system to address the problem. Compulsory Personal Finance Classes State curriculums across the U.S. are […]

Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Faces Legal Hurdles

The burden of student loans has long been a persistent thorn in the side of countless Americans. The Biden administration has taken significant steps to alleviate this burden, yet challenges persist.  Initial Forgiveness Plan President Joe Biden initially proposed a massive student loan forgiveness plan, only for it to be declared unconstitutional by the Supreme […]

Degrees of Regret: 24 Colleges That Leave Graduates Drowning in Debt

The value of a traditional four-year college degree is under more scrutiny than ever before, and not all educational bets are created equal. The financial gap is wide and telling, especially when comparing the return on investment for graduates from top-tier universities like Harvard to those from less renowned institutions. Recent research has spotlighted colleges […]

New Student Financial Aid Software Raises Concerns Over Increased Student Anxiety

A new online application recently went live in an attempt to make student lives easier, but accessibility challenges have left students increasingly frustrated, as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) fails to provide those who need it their financial aid. Unforeseen Hurdles Originally scheduled for an October opening, the FAFSA faced a three-month […]

Educational Traps: 24 Colleges That Fail in Economic Value & ROI

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The value of a traditional four-year college degree is under more scrutiny than ever before, and not all educational bets are created equal. The financial gap is wide and telling, especially when comparing the return on investment for graduates from top-tier universities like Harvard to those from less renowned institutions. Recent research has spotlighted colleges […]

Museums 4 All

Museums 4 All

If you have kids, I know you are always searching for activities to engage them. Sometimes it’s playdates and parties, but other times you’re looking for more enriching ideas. One way to engage their creativity and provoke deeper thinking and imagination is through art. Museums could be a good start. If you would like your […]