One more month of summer vacation left! I plan to make the most of it. This year, since I’m going into 8th grade (I started “first grade” when I was 7) , I want to do some more structured “school.” Just a few subjects that I’m interested in, but still, I’m looking forward to it. 252 more words
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This piece originally appeared on Money.com.
It’s that time of year; high school seniors are starting to think about colleges and where to go, but if you’re having doubts, it’s worth considering that some of America’s most powerful CEO’s never even made it through the doors of an academic institution after high-school, and others who did, dropped out midway. 32 more words
The factors your student must consider before choosing one of these options.
By Anne Vaccaro Brady
On the many college tours I took with my kids, it seemed like every student guide was dual majoring or in a dual or concurrent degree program. 760 more words
Income Inequality and the Labor Market for High School and College Graduates Have Gotten Worse Since 2000
In The Rigged Game, I wrote that the negative impacts of each successive recession would continuously get worse for a growing number of people because of growing income and wealth inequality, and a new study by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) shows this is the case. 453 more words
The Education And Employment Myth: Almost Two-Thirds Of People In The Labor Force Do Not Have A College Degree
April 10, 2016
There is an ongoing perception that most of the workforce has a college degree. When we say college degree we mean at a minimum a bachelor’s degree. 368 more words