By Maddison Abboud In a high-tech society that values fast, easy, and efficient transactions, smart phone apps are quickly replacing traditional ways of doing business. Ride-sharing apps such as Uber and Lyft are at the forefront of this advanced technology. Through these new apps, users can digitally order cars and limos to pick them up […]
Partnering with Arizona State University, Starbucks has announced that the company will cover partial tuition costs for all employees who work at least 20 hours in the cafes, corporate offices and roasting plants.
By Eric Peterson On Monday, President Obama singed yet another executive order, this time it was the “Pay As You Earn Program.” The program is the cornerstone of the administration’s attempt to “help” address the problem of rising student loan debt. Unfortunately for taxpayers and for students, it will do little to make college more […]
On Tuesday, common sense scored a major victory when a California judge ruled the states’ teacher tenure and dismissal processes unconstitutional and faulted them with causing unequal educational opportunities.
By Akash Chougule President Obama’s controversial $16 billion federal government-based education reform program took yet another crushing blow last week; as two more states chose opt out of the Common Core standards. South Carolina’s Governor Nikki Haley and Oklahoma’s Governor Mary Fallin – both Republicans – have signed bills pulling their states out of the […]