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forbes.comMillennials, Gen X'ers, Baby Boomers: Here's What To Do About Your Retirement WoesHow does your generation impact your retirement readiness? Jennifer Brown, manager of research at the National Institute on Retirement Security, shares quick tips for three generations on how to boost retirement savings.
theedadvocate.org3 Ways Standardized Testing Hurts the Classroom - The EdvocateSpread the loveAssessment has become a central part of education. While lifelong learning should always be the main focus of a classroom, the pervasive knowledge that at some point, there will be testing, from the local scale to the national, has also become a backdrop in curriculum development. Standardized testing has long been part of the K–12 scene, but since the enactment of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) in 2001, student results have been used by the federal and state governments to determine the level of funding schools receive. The salaries and job security of teachers and administrators are also …
splinternews.comAP Reporter Barred and Physically Removed From EPA MeetingThe Associated Press reported this morning that guards outside an Environmental Protection Agency meeting physically removed one of its reporters after they were denied entry through a security checkpoint in the federal building. The wire service says it was barred from the event—a national summit on water contaminants—along with journalists from CNN and the environmental-focused outlet E&E.
newrepublic.comScott Pruitt encounters his biggest security threat yet: reporters.A female Associated Press journalist was allegedly manhandled by the Environmental Protection Agency’s chief’s security force on Tuesday while attempting to cover a national summit on drinking water contamination. According to the AP, guards stopped the journalist at a security checkpoint inside the EPA’s headquarters, and told her she wasn’t allowed at the two-day event, where Pruitt was deliveri...
businessinsider.comMike Pence appears to warn Kim Jong Un if he 'doesn't make a deal' with TrumpVice President Mike Pence reignited concerns over the fate of US-North Korean relations on Monday, after he used similar rhetoric as Trump's national security adviser John Bolton, threatening that North Korea could end up like Libya if it doesn't play ball with the US.
thehill.comJohn Oliver: Bolton could be the next ScaramucciComedian John Oliver joked on Sunday that White House national security adviser John Bolton could be the next Anthony Scaramucci, President Trump's famously short-lived communications director, after Bolton used language that may have endangered p
forbes.comTrump Administration May Give Mouth-To-Mouth To Resuscitate Coal IndustryThe White House may try to resuscitate older coal and nuclear plants by reaching deep into its arsenal — one that gives the executive branch the powers to ensure the nation’s security and health when they could be at risk. Will it work?