The Nation’s Report Card, released yesterday by the National Assessment of Educational Programs (NAEP), found that fewer than 4 out of 10 U.S. fourth and eighth graders are proficient in mathematics. The report, which is highly regarded by most lawmakers and educators and widely used to measure state and national education levels, found that mathematics [...]
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Pat Croce’s Down to Business blog linked to our op-ed on economic illiteracy and had some thoughts of their own. Croce also wrote a great article on why it is important for young Americans to learn how to BUDGET! It even includes a template for beginners looking to get started! Check it out.