April 11, 2014: 5 Articles We're Reading This Week
Huffington Post kicks us off with “7 Steps to Raising Stellar, Successful, Self-Sufficient Children,” a title which might make some of you parents’ ears perk up a bit.
Practicing financial literacy in high school pays off, says USA Today in “Financial Literacy Education Has Lasting Impact.”
Is a traditional college overrated in today’s changing society? An Oxford-style debate gives answers in this NPR piece. “Debate: In An Online World, Are Brick and Mortar Colleges Obsolete?”
Who made up one of the most powerful classrooms ever? The Clintons, to name a few. “Robert Reich Shares a Story From What Was Probably the Most Powerful Classroom Ever.”
Michigan’s Kalamazoo Promise pays for public ed student’s higher education. Hear all about it on NPR: “With Free Tuition, Mich. Students Hear ‘You Are Going to College.’”