US News & World Report references a recent study by H&R Block that reveals adults aren’t the only ones worrying about money. The survey of 13- to 17-year-olds shows that teens are worried about future student loan debt, gaining employment and maintain the standard of living from their childhood homes.
This School Library Journal article discusses the Gen i Revolution Suite of games and the Search for the Sweet 16th contest, which asks students to create ideas for the game’s next mission.
The College Board has just released its 10th Annual AP Report to the Nation which discloses trends in Advanced Placement test taking. This year’s report shows more students are taking, and passing, Advandced Placement exams.
This is the eighth in an eight-part series of CEE’s Economist Spotlight with Dr. Alan B. Krueger.
Dr. Krueger, the Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at the Wilson School at Princeton University and former chairman of President Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, is the author of the newly published textbook, Explorations in Economics. In this spotlight series, Alan will address topical issues including unemployment benefits, increased job growth, minimum wage legislation, investment in human capital, and more.