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publicfinanceinternational.orgShadows of inequality: South Africa’s spending on women and girls | Public FinanceSouth Africa’s post-apartheid constitution is arguably one of the best in the world, but public money is still not used as well as it could be to improve the lives of women and girls. Miriam Mannak reports.
naturalnews.comWho’s financing the “spontaneous” migrant caravan trekking towards the United States? Here are some cluesOn his nationally syndicated talk show Wednesday, Rush Limbaugh discussed the growing migrant “caravan” currently making its way towards the United States. In particular, Limbaugh talked about what it would take for hundreds and thousands of people to make such a long journey on foot, and through1
marketwatch.comThe 10 most ‘valuable’ countries in the world in one chartMeasuring something as intangible as a country’s image is a tough, if not an elusive, task. But Brand Finance, a company that specializes in putting value to corporate brands, attempted to do just that by evaluating the countries on three key metrics—goods and services, investment, and society.
theedadvocate.orgUnderstanding State Funding: 4 Types of School Financing Systems - The EdvocateSpread the loveEducators can argue that the funding within education determines student success, staff morale, and the overall functionality of school system. The importance of understanding all types of funding is crucial to your development as an Educator, parent/guardian, and student. In this blog, state funding will be addressed and aid in creating a better understanding of school financing systems. States generally use one of four types of school financing systems to provide districts with state funds: foundation, general aid, flat rate/local effort equalization, and full state funding. When using the foundation financing system, states set a desired (guaranteed) per-pupil …
mudabure.comLess than a third of Americans think they'll have enough money to retire—here's how to figure out how much you needAbout two-thirds of American adults are concerned about not having enough money for retirement. According to personal finance site NerdWallet, which surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults in June 2018, 'only 32 percent of Americans say they're confident they'll have enough money saved for retirement by their desired retirement age based on their current rate of savings.' The concern makes sense when you look at the numbers: Americans have an average of $84,821 saved for retirement, and about a third of Americans have less than $5,000 socked away. How do you know how much money is enough to last through your golden years? The answer is4
2000days.net3 Tips for New Moms - 2000 Days Pre-KindergartenFor new parents, this is a time of constant change. You are adapting to having a new baby in the house. You may be worrying about finances, the health of your child, and the future. What are you going to do? Are you going to go back to work or stay home? Will people frown …1