Paying for the (Grand) Child’s Education: Making Educated Choices Through COVID-19 and Beyond

Sharon L. Klein |
Wealth Planning

This article reprint was recently published in the Bloomberg BNA’s Estates, Gifts, and Trusts Journal. While daunting college tuition bills have always been a concern to many parents and grandparents, the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis have only served to exacerbate those concerns.


Episode 12:
The Next Normal—
What is the Future of America’s Classroom?

Tony Roth |
Wilmington WealthWise with Tony Roth

June 30—What will the classroom look like when students return to school? COVID-19 has altered and accelerated changes in the way we educate, including continued remote learning to varying degrees. It also shines a light on a “palpable digital divide” across the student population as far as equitable access to technology.


Episode 9: Pivots, Protections, and Possibilities for College Students and Parents

Jerry Inglet, Ed.D |
Emerald GEMs

June 30—Current day circumstances are prompting college students to possibly pivot from their pre-COVID-19 plans in ways that explore alternate possibilities and protections—all of which can be framed by asking the right questions in this moment.