Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) 2015 Lampman Memorial Lecture March 4, 2015, Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, University of Wisconsin-Madison The ...
Jerry Buchko's insight:
"Improving Equality of Opportunity in America: New Evidence and Policy Implications"
Very interesting talk about big data research pointing to a causative relationship between childhood environmental factors (particularly segregation & education) and upward mobility. The presenter also explores policy implications suggested by the data.
Very interesting report from the RSA. In addition to the useful information about these common behavioral hurdles they cite, I think that the authors present a perspective that converges with the one offered by the CFPB financial well-being report <http://goo.gl/kat5Ha>* from earlier this year on the topic of *financial education and its role in developing financial capability. And in this area, they similarly offered perspective about where there would be important opportunities for future research, including research that would study the efficacy of different pedagogical approaches to developing financial capability.
Though the label is often used today as a pejorative for a kind of knee-jerk, unreasoned or irrational resistance to new technology, the Luddites actually had a perspective of and relationship with technology that I think many of us would find very relatable...
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Jerry Buchko's insight:
For those still interested in learning how to learn, some interesting ideas to explore in here. ,':D
For those interested in hearing more about the CFPB's report about financial well-being <http://goo.gl/kat5Ha>, they provide an overview of their findings and also explore some of those findings in a bit more depth during the kickoff webinar for the CFPB Financial Education Exchange.
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