We’re excited to announce the winners of more than $149,000 in scholarships!
This week, we’re sharing an important guest blog courtesy of BALANCE.
Most parents have already heard the bad news: a college education has never been more expensive. Many, in fact, are still paying off their own student debt and would like their children to avoid that burden. The good news is that there’s a lot parents can do to help their children and make the costs of college more manageable. Continue Reading…
Peach State Federal Credit Union is currently accepting applications for its scholarship program. The credit union plans to award more than $146,000 in scholarships and educational grants. Continue Reading…
Peach State is dedicated to educating our members about their finances. This guest blog from Nerd Wallet provides several tips for teaching children money-managing skills.
There is a crucial subject that may be given short shrift in the classroom: personal finance. Continue Reading…
Whether you like it or not, the world is becoming more and more dependent on technology. There’s the Internet, debit cards, smartphones, email, apps, and we’re just getting started! Technology invades almost every function of our daily lives, from communicating with a friend, family member, or colleague to grocery shopping or even watching television.
We have another interesting guest blog from our friends at MEMBERS AutoChoice this week! Did you know how important your brakes are? Do you know the different types of brakes available and what will work best for you?
A new campaign aims to help parents of young children prepare for the “sticker shock” of college costs, and start them early on the road to saving for college.
Investment management firm T. Rowe Price said that it created its new CollegeSavingsChillout.com campaign as a stress-reducing way to prepare parents for the enormous task of saving for college.
Many of you may be educators or work in the field of education. Each day you work with students, other teachers, administrators and parents, communicating with them to create a superior learning experience. But, the educational experience doesn’t have to end in the classroom. Many teachers and administrators utilize the Internet to continue sharing with students, parents, and other educators through Weblogs.
You may already follow a few educational blogs, or read articles from other educators on LinkedIn or other social networks to learn more about teaching strategies and tactics, but have you considered creating your own blog? You can share information like syllabuses, class project results and offer a forum for discussion.