Financial Literacy: A Never Ending Lesson

March 7, 2018

  In a majority of my blogs, I have discussed  the importance of educating young students in financial literacy. It makes sense that we teach at a young age, because it prepares students for the future that lies ahead. However, it is never too late to gain knowledge and experience when it comes to personal finance. Many adults lost out on the opportunity to become financially literate. ...

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Education Trends for 2018

February 28, 2018

  Last year, we continued to see the education system develop and integrate technology into learning. Over the past decade, the way that students are educated has evolved in many ways and it seems as though there is no sign of such changes slowing down. As we enter the third month of 2018, experts are already predicting some trends for the end of this school year and the beginning of ...

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Florida’s Push for Financial Literacy

December 15, 2017

Florida and Financial Literacy   If you’ve checked out some of my blogs in the past, you’ll know that I have a passion for financial literacy. The levels of knowledge that students in the U.S. have regarding basic finance is abysmal in comparison to other countries. After a recent study was conducted highlighting this disparity, public school systems have started paying attention. ...

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Spotlight On : Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health & Science Charter School

October 19, 2017

  Education is one of the foundations of our country. Everyone is entitled and allowed to attend school from ages five to eighteen. Many young people don’t see the imperative need to attend school because they feel as though it will never prepare them for the real world. One school, located in Bronx, New York has taken this preconceived notion that students have about education and ...