Over the years, I’ve found one of the best ways to help kids understand how an economy works is to have them take an active role in managing their own money.
What we might think of as “home ec” now covers a wide variety of topics, like fashion and textiles, food and nutrition, human development, housing design, and more.
Students with physical disabilities need inclusive and specialized financial literacy training to prepare them to reach financial stability in adulthood.
The first steps a student takes after graduation are as critical as graduating itself. While some students have a clearly defined plan and purpose, many others do not.
Assisting students with applications to college or university requires more than knowing about online application procedures, program offerings, or deadlines.
As a teacher, you’re on the clock 24/7. Retirement—where every day is unscheduled, wide open, and full of possibilities—may seem like a dream.