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

Tony Roth |
Capital Considerations 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.

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Preparing for the College Application Process

Jerry Inglet, Ed.D, CFT-I™ |
Wealth Planning
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There are countless ways to launch the college planning process. Should you lead the way with in-person visits? What about conversations with admissions counselors? Do you gather the insights of alumni from a broad set of institutions? All these options are worthwhile, but a more foundational starting point for your high school-aged children is to investigate different areas of study that match his or her interests.

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Strategies for Funding Higher Education

Jerry Inglet, Ed.D, CFT-I™ |
Wealth Planning
Female college senior speaking at commencement

Like any financial goal, planning in advance for the cost of higher education is key. Families need to feel confident their student is getting the right academic experience at the right cost.The appropriate funding strategy can differ widely depending on both student academics, family finances, donor priorities, and unforeseen possibilities.Parents and grandparents alike have many options to assess when determining how to pay for college and higher education.

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