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Recently the Department of Education launched a new initiative to study effective ways to counsel students about their student loans. The initiative promises to track several schools' approaches to financial aid counseling.Read More
Eventually, there will come the dreaded time when your students have to begin repaying your student loans. If you graduate, leave school, or drop below half-time enrollment, you guessed it—you’ll have to start paying back your loans.Read More
The holiday season presents an opportunity to speak with students regarding their finances. In order to help students steer clear of increasing their loan or credit card debt, educators can educate them on cost-saving options for the holidays.Read More
Teaching personal finance could make your students feel as if they were in a math or history class. However, it does not need to be this way. You can make the subject appealing for your students—even without their realizing it. To grab the attention of yoRead More