Millennials say funding is the key to better public education
Oct 23, 2018

Millennials say funding is the key to better public education

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(U.S. Edition) The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will allow more people to purchase health insurance that doesn’t meet ACA requirements, meaning some of those plans won’t cover pre-existing conditions. Meanwhile, we look into how women make 80 cents for every dollar made by men, and how this kind of gap follows them into retirement. Then we head to education, where University of Chicago professor Cathy Cohen’s GenForward survey examined how millennials looked at public education. Today's show is sponsored by GAIN Capital Group (gaincapital.com), Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal.org) and PayPal (paypal.com). (10/23/2018)

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Millennials believe more money is the way to improve public education

Oct 23, 2018
"They choose increasing school funding, investing in neighborhood schools [and] providing teachers with increased pay. Those are their priorities."
Students walk near Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA on April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Millennials believe more money is the way to improve public education

Oct 23, 2018
"They choose increasing school funding, investing in neighborhood schools [and] providing teachers with increased pay. Those are their priorities."
Students walk near Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA on April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

(U.S. Edition) The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will allow more people to purchase health insurance that doesn’t meet ACA requirements, meaning some of those plans won’t cover pre-existing conditions. Meanwhile, we look into how women make 80 cents for every dollar made by men, and how this kind of gap follows them into retirement. Then we head to education, where University of Chicago professor Cathy Cohen’s GenForward survey examined how millennials looked at public education. Today’s show is sponsored by GAIN Capital Group (gaincapital.com), Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal.org) and PayPal (paypal.com). (10/23/2018)

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC
Millennials say funding is the key to better public education
Oct 23, 2018

Millennials say funding is the key to better public education

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(U.S. Edition) The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will allow more people to purchase health insurance that doesn’t meet ACA requirements, meaning some of those plans won’t cover pre-existing conditions. Meanwhile, we look into how women make 80 cents for every dollar made by men, and how this kind of gap follows them into retirement. Then we head to education, where University of Chicago professor Cathy Cohen’s GenForward survey examined how millennials looked at public education. Today's show is sponsored by GAIN Capital Group (gaincapital.com), Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal.org) and PayPal (paypal.com). (10/23/2018)

Segments From this episode

Millennials believe more money is the way to improve public education

Oct 23, 2018
"They choose increasing school funding, investing in neighborhood schools [and] providing teachers with increased pay. Those are their priorities."
Students walk near Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA on April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

Millennials believe more money is the way to improve public education

Oct 23, 2018
"They choose increasing school funding, investing in neighborhood schools [and] providing teachers with increased pay. Those are their priorities."
Students walk near Royce Hall on the campus of UCLA on April 23, 2012 in Los Angeles, Calif.
Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

(U.S. Edition) The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will allow more people to purchase health insurance that doesn’t meet ACA requirements, meaning some of those plans won’t cover pre-existing conditions. Meanwhile, we look into how women make 80 cents for every dollar made by men, and how this kind of gap follows them into retirement. Then we head to education, where University of Chicago professor Cathy Cohen’s GenForward survey examined how millennials looked at public education. Today’s show is sponsored by GAIN Capital Group (gaincapital.com), Navy Federal Credit Union (navyfederal.org) and PayPal (paypal.com). (10/23/2018)

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC