Random and seemingly inconsequential incentives can nudge us toward the college majors that will shape our future incomes and lifestyles.
Like other new goods and services that people invent, the Income Sharing Agreement (ISA) is a financial innovation that pays for college tuition.
While awards are all about recognition, inspiration, and appreciation, sometimes they are not exactly what we expect them to be.
The controversial side of school funding can take us to a “Friends” excerpt about splitting the dinner check and to a small Vermont community.
We can judge the size of our cultural divide by identifying the TV shows we watch, the magazines we read, and the movies we see.
Rather than differences, we find generational similarities for Millennials when we look at diversity, education, and marriage trends.
The new World Bank Human Capital Index was created to encourage the leaders of 157 countries to improve their healthcare and education.
Sort of like the licensing exams required by government for certain professions, the wine industry also determines the credentials of its master sommeliers.