Former West Deptford chief financial officer and treasurer Brenda Sprigman has filed a lawsuit against the township, seeking $9,413 to reimburse the cost of certification classes, plus transportation expenses, she took during her employment last year.
Let's play a game: It's Monday morning, your inbox has hundreds of unread emails, you're in a fight with a loved one and you just spilled coffee on your new shirt. What do you do? A) Scream at the top of your lungs B) Go on an emotional rant throug...
For years, the benefits of having a "rewards" credit card have paid me -- and millions of other cardholders -- back in terms of free airline tickets and other goodies. I just flew to New York on reward miles I earned on my credit card. Yet a rewards card is not [...]
There is no doubt that student loans have helped students who otherwise couldn't afford to go to college gain access to higher education, but are these loans financial aid? Families normally don't think about this question until they receive financial aid award letters. But it's really important this question is [...]
Sexual violence on college campuses is a hot topic in the media these days, fueled in part by the federal government leading a national conversation. President Barack Obama and a number of congressional leaders are demanding universities protect ...
An overhaul of the troubled Department of Veterans Affairs means new education benefits will kick in next month for the spouses of servicemembers who died since 9/11 in the line of duty, according to the department.
Baker Mitchell is a politically connected North Carolina businessman who celebrates the power of the free-market. Every year, millions of public education dollars flow through Mitchell’s chain of four nonprofit charter schools to for-profit companies he controls.