The Labor Department’s proposed fiduciary rule has reached the White House’s Office of Management and Budget, and professionals who provide retirement advice are now awaiting the final version. Meanwhile, states are considering legislation to allow reserve calculations that could benefit
Steven Horst This post is sponsored by Graybar. As companies search for cost savings and improved productivity, upgrading facilities to energy- and cost-effective LED lighting offers a solution. In this post, we talk to Steven Horst, vice president for service
Amidst the discussions about content standards, curriculum and teaching strategies, it’s easy to lose sight of the big goals behind education, like giving students tools to deepen their quantitative and qualitative understanding of the world. Teaching for understanding has always been
Just one week before North Carolina passed a bill restricting transgender access to bathrooms at public colleges in the state, a college president in New York City announced his institution would be moving in exactly the opposite direction. Bill Mea,
William Puka spoke into a megaphone, surrounded by hundreds of cheering students holding picket signs. “I just wanted to say,” he told the crowd, “that the class is going very well so far.” It wasn’t technically a class, but at
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