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A 529 Plan is the best way to save for your kid's college. 529 plans -- aka college-savings plans -- allow you, a relative or a friend to put money aside as an investment for a child's college education. The money grows tax free and is spent tax free for ...
High school seniors are becoming more aware of how their social media presence could affect them getting into college.
Do you need to borrow to fund college education for yourself or your child? I wrote this guide to tell you about my Clark Smart approach to student loans. If you already have student loans, you'll probably want to jump my very popular section on student loan forgiveness and affordable ...
I was in the stores 2 days ago and the back-to-school goods are on the shelves. A lot of what I saw out there is a real bargain. Both Target and Walmart have bargain aisles, sometimes called "Action Alley." There are true deals on pens, pencils, paper, notebooks, folders, all ...
Debates about income inequality are becoming central in our country. Good news: One state is on board with a plan that helps kids make sure more wealth will flow to them over time.
Private for-profit technical schools leave students with the heaviest burden of student loan debt, according to a new report from the College Board. I have long believed that education is the key to climbing the economic ladder. But that doesn't necessarily mean traditional college is the way to go; it ...
Should poorly performing public school teachers with tenure be allowed to keep their jobs? Students in California don't think so…and they've sued the state to prove their point.
Summer camps are adapting quicker to the realities of the job market than education. These new summer camps can help prepare your kids for the jobs of the future.
We've become accustomed to the electronic leash in the workplace. But now it's making its way into the world of academia. Students, take note!
As the nation’s eyes turn to the Atlanta public school cheating scandal, it serves as a reminder about the dangers of monopoly Soviet-style public schools. It’s been such a sad event to see the perp walk of distinguished educators in Georgia. Of course, they’re all innocent until proven guilty of ...