Money 101 host Bob McCormick talks with Dr. David Baron — the Exec. Director of the UCLA Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center and the founder of Primary Caring of Malibu. They discuss allergies, the Affordable Care Act, and preventative medicine.
Today on Business Rockstars, Ken Rutkowski talks with a founding executive and Senior Vice President of Yahoo, Ellen Siminoff. An entrepreneur and investor, she is currently the CEO of Shmoop, an educational website.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California teachers are seeing a steep drop in pink slips, thanks to the strengthening economy and new revenue from voter-approved taxes.
Sean Huran, faculty member in the school of Communications at DePaul University, tells Maggie and Michael how romantic partners use affection to lie to each other, although he says it’s counter-intuitive. Click here to listen.
On Money 101 today, Bob McCormick interviewed independent college counselor Danny Ruderman, author of “The Ultimate College Acceptance System.” Danny shared five forms of financial aid for college besides scholarships. Click to listen.
ATLANTA (AP) — President Barack Obama singled out Georgia’s early childhood education program in his State of the Union address, but the state has stumbled to meet its goal of enrolling every child in pre-K since it made that a priority two decades ago.
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) – When Timmy Nguyen comes to his pre-calculus class, he’s already learned the day’s lesson – he watched it on a short online video prepared by his teacher for homework.
(AP) — Each year since 1966, UCLA’s Higher Education Research Institute has conducted a massive survey of incoming freshmen at four-year colleges, asking questions about their motivations, their plans and their political views.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — More students than ever are applying for undergraduate admission at the University of California.
LOS ANGELES (CNS) – An unprecedented drop in California’s child population coupled with a growing wave of Baby Boomer retirements has major implications for the state and should drive lawmakers to adopt policies that will nurture young people.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A state report on special education in California has found that school districts are shouldering an increasing share of the cost of educating students with disabilities.
Foster youth are often denied access to adequate educational and residential programs that can meet their unique needs. Results are damaging and long-term. But a program at UCLA provides a helping hand to educational opportunities.