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What Teenagers Need To Do To Have Financial Freedom

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Getty Images Parents who are not well-versed in financial literacy have a very big disadvantage when it comes to the imperative job of raising their children to be responsible about money. One of the main drivers of this disadvantage is the reality about the K-12 curriculum in America’s public, charter, […]

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2018: There’s Been A School Shooting Every 63 Hours, On Average

By Victor Trammell A terrible trend involving violence is emerging in America to start the year off in the worst way possible. Everytown for Gun Safety, an organization that advocates for the control and regulation of firearms conducted its own study recently to determine the current rate at which gun violence has occurred in American […]

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Millennials Are Ditching Aspirations Of Being Doctors To Be Physician Assistants

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: College of DuPage When it comes to the medical field, people under the age of 40 are not shooting for the highest title the field can offer nowadays. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the occupation of a physician assistant is the most rapidly growing job in the nation. Over the […]

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Study: Most Stress In Children Is Actually Caused By School

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Neurogistics.com A children’s charity organization recently conducted a survey, which polled a number of adolescent-aged youths in England and asked them what their main sources of stress were. The Barnardo’s Children’s Charity commissioned YouGov to analyze what was causing middle and high school-aged minors the most emotional wear and tear. The […]

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Principal At Bronx School Banned Black History Lessons

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: LinkedIn Black History Month, by no means, is an insult to the culture and societal contributions of any other ethnic group whose members live inside the borders of the United States of America. In fact, when Dr. Carter G Woodson developed Black History Month in the early 20th century, he […]

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Meet Michigan’s Youngest Ever Elected State Rep.

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Courtesy of Jewell Jones A sense of accomplishment in life is an important value to have in life. This is a value that must be instilled early on during childhood. When children grow into adolescents and eventually into young adults, it serves them well to have shining examples of greatness […]

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Youngest Bitcoin Expert, Millionaire Is A 26-Year-Old Black Man

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Fitz Hall/Twitter Cryptocurrencies have become a major talking point in the world of today’s financial news. One of the leading cryptocurrencies is called Bitcoin, which was first issued about eight years ago. Cryptocurrencies are unique in the sense that unlike federally-administered fiat currencies, they do not rely upon a centralized […]

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Here Are 4 Books About Kidpreneurship Every Child Should Read

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Forbes Magazine | New York Public Library Frederick Douglass, the great American abolitionist once famously said, “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” In today’s modern capitalist American society, the best way to build strong children is to educate them early about the importance of […]

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Teacher Went From Homeless To Published Author

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: HealTheHeartPublishing.com The spirit of a black woman who embodies what phenomenal means is a force to be reckoned with. Case in point: A teacher from Columbus, Georgia went from being homeless to becoming bestselling a author. Dawnell Jacobs (pictured right) is a teacher for a local Georgia school district and […]

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4-Year Old Black Boy Reads 100 Books In A Day…LIVE!

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: ABC-7, Chicago An adorable and bright young black boy in Chicago, Illinois accomplished something in a single day that many adults haven’t done in an entire lifetime. According to WLS-TV 7, an ABC-affiliated news network based in Chicago, Caleb Green (pictured) read 100 books in a day while being recorded […]

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This Kidpreneur Started iCodeRobots at 8-Years-Old

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: Ken Passley A young boy who is passionate about robots has taken his dream to the next level by starting his own company, which also creates opportunities for other children to explore entrepreneurship and education about robotics engineering. Callum Daniel (pictured left) is the very young and brilliant founder of […]

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Six-Year-Old Makes $1 Million a Month On YouTube

By Victor Trammell Photo credits: YouTube/Ryan ToysReview A young boy who is still in elementary school has the internet in a frenzy and is generating some very serious bank because of it. Business Insider recently profiled Ryan (pictured), a six-year-old boy who has become a YouTube phenomenon from the videos his mother shoots and produces. […]

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