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Millennial Money: What is it, and how can we make it?

We were in front of our new home. I had run back inside for something– scissors, probably. We’re always losing scissors. But my husband was standing out front, telling our well-intentioned but incredibly nosy neighbor about our plans to repaint the deck. 667 more words

Middle class takes another hit

Your news item of December 10 tells us that the University of Virginia is increasing tuition fees in the coming year to $13,682 for Virginia students, and $44,724 for out-of-state students, in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Curry School of Education. 223 more words


Great Reasons to Offer a 529 Savings Plan

A 529 college savings plan is considered one of the best ways for parents to save for their children’s’ higher education. Similar to a 401(k) savings plan or an Individual Retirement Account, contributions to the state-run plan grow tax free. 321 more words

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The cheapest and most expensive degree programs in Canada: StatsCan

A year of school as a full-time undergraduate student in Canada will cost families $6,571 on average for the 2017-2018 academic term, new data from Statistics Canada shows. 601 more words


The North Carolina General Assembly's Greatest Fear - A Well-Educated General Public

(1) General and uniform system: term. The General Assembly shall provide by taxation and otherwise for a general and uniform system of free public schools, which shall be maintained at least nine months in every year, and wherein equal opportunities shall be provided for all students. 1,060 more words

Public Education

Economics Explains Why School Fees Rise

Sad to see the passing of an eminent economist, William Baumol, but fascinating to get insights from his work that explains many of the most prominent issues in the news these days, as well as a very clear explanation for parents whose children attend private schools to understand why their fees go up. 570 more words