Don’t Be Average

The average annualized ‘stock market’ return of large companies listed in the S&P 500 is about 11.6% from 1973 through 2016. But there’s a big difference between the average stock market return, and the average investor return.

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Where Health and Wealth Gaps Are Widest

We present all the States ranked by the racial gap in health and wealth — where to find greed amidst despair.

Study behavior and policy for locations at the top and bottom of the list to identity best practices for reducing socioeconomic disparities.
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A New Spin on MBK Programs

MBK programs were started during the last Presidential administration. Many focus on engaging an active volunteer base in local communities.

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You Could Initiate a Workforce Diversity Program

Are you a manager in a big business with a budget? A manager in a government agency with a budget? Do you control millions of dollars in your own personal wealth?

Consider voluntarily instituting a workforce diversity program to personally or corporately sponsor an economic development.

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What Happens When 85% of Students Aren’t on Grade Level in Math

Research shows that high school has an incredible potential value.

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