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Dozens of popular videos advise kids and teens who are eager to fit in. And those young influencers can make thousands of dollars.
Politicians and retailers say tax holidays are good for sales and they save people money. But it’s not that simple.
One professor suggests kids are missing out on the "experiential dimension" of the start of a new school year.
Gone are the days when a faded comforter from childhood was suitable for students.
We want to know what your expenses are and how you keep costs down.
Walmart offers to help pay education costs for employees seeking associates and bachelors degrees in business or supply chain management
Walmart is offering its 1.4 million U.S. employees a shot at higher education. The company says it’s going to subsidize tuition, books, and fees for workers pursuing degrees in business or supply chain management at three nonprofit schools. Click the…
Some of you out there will recognize this: The tops of boxes in your pantry are missing, like just cut out. The culprit? Probably your kids. The Box Tops for Education program from General Mills is one of various big…
This year, districts must have formal policies for handling unpaid bills.
We spoke with a Los Angeles teacher about the school supplies she buys for her classroom each year, and what she wishes the school budget would cover.
The shopping ritual, like Christmas in summer for retailers of the past, is now an ongoing affair.