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The teacher, who for 35 years knew how to bring out the best in every student, whether talented and diligent or struggling, tells how her work for many years with different kinds of students inspired her to write books about special needs children.   I admit that the image of my...
Conventional wisdom dictates the most important decision a business owner will make is hiring the proper advisory team to help with a sale. A good group of trusted advisers often includes an accountant, a merger and acquisition adviser, a business advisory board (or board of directors), a business attorney,...
The self-made man has always played a profound role in the American imagination. Horatio Alger wrote stories of plucky, lower-class strivers who made their way in the world by dint of honesty and hard work. Hollywood has fetishized the underdog since movies were invented. And for years, the business...
Since writing his first book in 1967, Philip Kotler has gone on to become one of the foremost voices on marketing strategy, and five decades on he is still as candid as ever. As an author, consultant and professor, Kotler has been one of the leading voices in marketing...
In August 2018, a number of social media users came across an image offering a purported newspaper clipping of an article entitled “Tech Billionaire Parenting” and wondered if the article, as well as the information contained within it, was genuine. See also: Come and try first science for kids on BASF...
If every girl in the world finished 12 years of quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by $15 trillion to $30 trillion, according to the report. Failing to let girls finish their education could cost the world as much as $30 trillion in lost earnings and productivity,...
If we address climate change, let alone our broader sustainability challenges, we need significant disruptive innovation across a wide-number of sectors. Will we be able to energize our innovation ecosystem to create the disruptive, sustainable technologies we need? Will we create the conditions under which sustainable innovations can flourish? See...
Every two years, the Council for Economic Education (CEE) conducts a comprehensive look into the state of K-12 economic and financial education in the United States, collecting data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The biennial Survey of the States serves as an important benchmark for...
When adulthood arrives, most kids flee the family nest, eager to take off on their own journey to independence. Thanks to a difficult economy, however, many of today’s millennials are still financially tethered to dear ol’ Mom and Dad — and it’s hurting their parents’ bottom line, too. Boomers Are...
The low level of financial literacy in Ohio (and nationwide) exacerbated the effects of the Great Recession. Ohio is ranked fourth worst in financial literacy of the 50 states, has the sixth highest proportion of college graduate student loan debt and ranks 33rd in average per capita defined contribution...
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