This State Has Lost the Most Public School Students

Public schools are bleeding students. Education Week reports that, based on a survey of 51 state departments of education, all experience fall-offs in enrollment from the 2019/2020 school year to the 2020/2021 year. The total estimated drop nationally, based on the same evidence, was 1.45 million students who left public […]

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Bank Of Japan Keeps Monetary Policy Unchanged

The Bank of Japan kept its monetary policy stimulus unchanged on Wednesday, ahead of next week’s presidential election of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party to select a successor to the outgoing Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. The board, governed by Haruhiko Kuroda, on Wednesday, voted 8-1, to hold the interest rate […]

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This Is the Most Educated City in America

Education is the key to unlocking many advantages. The Census Bureau tracks education levels, particularly those with less than a high school degree, some college, less than a bachelor’s degree, a bachelor’s degree and education beyond college. The relationships between education, income, poverty and health are clear. Another factor that […]

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Inflation 'here to stay': Billionaire supermarket owner

Inflation ‘here to stay’: Gristedes CEO John Catsimatidis John Catsimatidis, the billionaire owner and CEO of New York City supermarket chain Gristedes, provides insight into rising consumer prices. John Catsimatidis believes that inflation at the gas pump and in the grocery aisle isn’t going away anytime soon. "Inflation is here […]

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