Personal Finance: The Most Important Subject School Will Never Teach
"Teenagers and college students devote most of their time to school and work, when these same students become young adults into the real world, they are unprepared to handle personal finance. The fact that most people coming out of education do not even know the basics of investing, savings, and budgeting is concerning. Imagine coming right out of college and not knowing what to do with your first paycheck?". Interested and want to read more? Check out this article written by the Money Made Easy Podcast Team!
Dealing with Online School: Tips and Tricks
Starting from March of this year, a new sweeping phenomenon has allowed students worldwide to sleep in, forget their breakfast, and even attend meetings with their pajamas on. Now, this occurrence--online school--is present in homes around the world. It's surely taken a toll on all of our lives. Read to learn about some tips in dealing with it!
The College Experience: 2021-2022
The Class of 2021 has gone through quite a lot during their senior year of high school, whether it be on Zoom in the comfort of their homes, or sitting at separated desks with masks on. Regardless, there's one thing all college-bound seniors have in common: anxiety for the coming year. With that being said, read the article to see how the new college experience may look like and what you can expect to see.
School's Reopening: Current Government Policies
Without a doubt, it can be said that certain countries handled the outbreak of the pandemic with ease, while some didn't handle it the best, to say the least. Read more to learn more about the specific methods countries have handled COVID-19.
Schools Around The World
In the United States, the school year has ended, and summer has begun. For some in various countries, summer break isn’t until later, and for others, their summer break is about to finish. Around the world, the way people learn and teach is majorly different in comparison to the United States. In this article, we talk about some of the different school systems and practices in South Korea, Italy, and Finland! Read more to learn more about this!
The Secret Monopoly of College Board Exams
From the rigor of AP classes, to the benefits of their opportunity scholarships, there’s no doubt that College Board, a non-profit educational organization, has provided students with many academic opportunities. Many have also gone further to state that "College Board" has a monopoly on education and takes advantage of families across the globe.
Distance learning, Hybrid learning, or classroom learning?
School's Reopening is a major topic at the moment and many schools are unsure of the measures to take due to the policies and considerations they must follow. Read more to learn more about the current policies in place and what school's around the world are currently thinking!