What is a millennial?
If you are one of the 80 million people in the United States born between 1982 and 2000, welcome to the most diverse generation the country has ever seen.
The following infographic explores the 7 types of millennials you might identify with.
Which one are you?
Via :- mint.com
Learning disabilities and special needs can be challenging for parents and educators. Thinking outside the box, and coming up with new ways to implement learning is a constant process. Educators are beginning to discover that traditional learning methods, including worksheets and textbooks, leave students lacking. Thanks to technology, students are now learning-and retaining-more information than ever before. http://www.masters-in-special-education.com has created an infographic entitled “Teaching with Tech: The Use of Technology in Special Education”, which outlines how educators and parents are using technology to help children with special needs and learning disabilities.
With summer fast approaching, large numbers of high school and college students are searching for summer jobs, beginning an internship or enrolling in summer school. Other students choose to use summer as an opportunity to sleep in, hit the beach and take advantage of a carefree lifestyle.
While finances might not be everyone’s favorite dinnertime conversation, parents who teach their children about money give them a head start on the road to financial success.
Whether your version of teaching children about money is giving them an allowance to budget, opening a savings account, or simply talking about how much things cost, opening their young eyes to the world of personal finance gives them a toolset they will use for life.
Based off a survey by T. Rowe Price, this infographic explores how often parents are talking to their kids about money, as well as which personal finance topics children are most interested in learning about.