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Investment Juggernauts Collide

Posted on July 17, 2017 in Businessman CEO

Warren Buffett, the world-renowned investment giant, recently went on record to disclose a current wager that he made with a group of hedge fund managers. In the wager, which is for the amount of $1 million, Mr. Buffett stated that by investing in an S&P 500 passive index fund, he would be able to achieve […]

Betsy DeVos Addresses National Alliance for Public Charter Schools

Posted on July 16, 2017 in Education Public Charter Schools Public Education Public Schooling

At the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos addressed hundreds of participants on both sides of the discussion. The annual event was held on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. to discuss some of the reforms that Betsy DeVos is making within the education system, with special attention to charter schools. At […]

Florida Students Do Better On Algebra Exam

Posted on July 15, 2017 in Education Public Education

A recent report showed that students did better on the Algebra 1 Exam. The report showed that 62 percent of the students passed the exam this year. Only 55 percent of the students passed the exam last year.   The Algebra 1 Exam is one of the tests that is required for students to graduate. […]


Differentiating between Public Schooling and Public Education

Posted on July 14, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Schooling

A recent article by the Forbes Magazine tried to explain the difference between public schooling and public education. While the two may look like something synonymous, there is a difference between the two. In fact, some people in the United States feel that there is the need to separate the two. Public schooling was introduced […]


What Is The Real Value of a College Degree?

Posted on July 13, 2017 in Education Higher Ed. Higher Education

Add to the growing cynic’s list of things colleges may be the entry of daycare centers for grown up kids. It seems that these colleges, who once had as their mission the education of the young, have even found a way to make their charges pay for their four year supervision. Through the advent of […]


Sawyer Howitt Is On The Rise In The World Of Business

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Sawyer Howitt is one of the strongest young entrepreneurs in the world, and he has spent quite a lot of time with his family company learning how the world of business works. He wants to have a way to lead his family firm in the future, and this article explains why he has been targeted […]


Are Colleges Pricing Themselves Out of the Market?

Posted on July 12, 2017 in Education Public Education

The U.S. higher education system is increasingly starting to look like an investment scheme Bernie Madoff might have come up with. With the price of college tuition soaring, the actual value of many college degrees is coming under intense scrutiny. Does a law degree from a mediocre state school really justify $200,000 in student loan […]


Mars Mission Could Spark STEM Interest

Posted on July 11, 2017 in Education Public Education STEM subjects

Space exploration once fueled the imagination. But, as the public began to lose interest in the space program and media coverage waned, the public eye turned elsewhere. New interest has been sparked with the Mars mission tentatively scheduled by NASA sometime in the 2030’s. While some see little value in continuing to explore space, many […]


Rising Dollar Amount of Student Loans May Signal Higher-Ed Bubble

Posted on July 10, 2017 in Education Higher Ed. Higher Education Public Education Student Loan Debt

Experts have been warning for some time over the rapidly inflating amount of outstanding student loan debt. Student loan debt now stands at close to 10 percent of the gross national product of the United States. While that, in itself, may not be hugely worrying, there are other aspects of the phenomenal growth in student […]


The Little Known Supreme Court Case that Turned U.S. Higher-Ed Into Credential Mills

Posted on July 9, 2017 in Education Higher Ed. Higher Education

While many aspects of the Civil Rights Era were necessary and commendable, such as the work of Dr. Martin Luther King in ensure equality of opportunity for all Americans, other phenomena from that era have had decidedly unintended and even negative consequences.   One of those things, that almost no one has ever heard of, […]