Steve Scauzillo: Shouldn't schools te...

Steve Scauzillo: Shouldn't schools teach kids about finances?

There are 4 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Jul 29, 2010, titled Steve Scauzillo: Shouldn't schools teach kids about finances?. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

SUMMERTIME and the living is easy, except I can't stop my mind from going to next month when the college bills begin rolling in again.

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GPA

Sacramento, CA

#4 Jul 30, 2010
Not only should personal finance education be mandatory in the 11-12th grades, but as part of secondaty education, every American student should be required to live abroad in a 3rd world country so that they could learn for themselves the value and privilege it is to live in this great country.
Steve Lamb

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Jul 31, 2010
Steve-

As I said when I ran for the PUSD board in 1999, we need a world class educational system. that would be a minimum of two languages, trig by 9th grade, geography, geology, philosophy, real world history and of COURSE, macro and micro economics.

You supported the other guy. the one without a plan except that he was nice.

Good luck on reform with that kind of action.
Great

El Monte, CA

#6 Jul 31, 2010
Steve Lamb wrote:
Steve-
As I said when I ran for the PUSD board in 1999, we need a world class educational system. that would be a minimum of two languages, trig by 9th grade, geography, geology, philosophy, real world history and of COURSE, macro and micro economics.
You supported the other guy. the one without a plan except that he was nice.
Good luck on reform with that kind of action.
Doesn't matter who is elected. UNTIL there is a clean sweep of the administrative squandor, misappropriation of funding, neoptism, double dipping, consultant rip offs, all the teaching the world is not going to help.

The problem is with the administrative corruption that is taking from out students. Talk is cheap, but the administrative leeches are not. Money is transferred from one fund to another in order to maintain the "good ole buddy, relative, cohort" system.

School districts are running rampant with corruptive administration squandering money.
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