We asked prominent voices in education—from policy makers and teachers to activists and parents—to look beyond laws, politics, and funding and imagine a utopian system of learning. They went back to the drawing board—and the chalkboard—to build an educational Garden (more...)
EMILY DUGGAN, 16, spends most afternoons at a dance studio tucked behind a shopping plaza near her home in Exeter, New Hampshire. Blond and doe-eyed, Duggan has been dancing since she was two, everything from tap to ballet. She puts (more...)
3 out of 4 college students say they pay off their balances each month.
When people think of credit cards and college students, they don’t often conjure up an image of a responsible young adult, either because of stereotypes they’ve (more...)
If you want to stop dipping into your emergency fund for non-emergencies or avoid coming up short month after month with little left over to fund your goals, here are some strategies to implement if you tend to not have (more...)
His son is only two-and-a-half years old, but Myron Lo, the 39-year-old vice president for innovation at ZipRealty, already has at least three plans in place to pay for college in 2025. Between the college savings fund he and his (more...)
A large share of parents is willing to give up a lot so their kids can go to college, including their golden years.
More than three-quarters of parents say they would delay their retirement to pay for their kids’ college, (more...)