Wells Fargo will teach teens that the path to financial prosperity just so happens to come through the financial services offered by Wells Fargo itself. That’s no coincidence. Teen Financial Education Day is really just a sales gimmick, at which Wells Fargo will teach the children of working Americans that they can’t have the privilege of careers in the arts.
Quick, answer this question at a gut level without looking up the answer: Are students most likely to be the victim of violence in rural schools, in suburban schools, or in urban schools? Got your answer? Great. Now let’s head to the National Center for
University of Phoenix CEO Greg Cappelli is taking $4.2 million in cash and $3.3 million in stock from the sale of the pseudoschool, which has made its money by squeezing poor people struggling to get ahead.