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September 2010
  Leaving Money for College: Education Trusts
  Are Parents Legally Responsible if Their Kid Is a Bully?
  5 Inspiring Educational Non-Profits
  Playground Injuries: Who Is Liable?
  Copyright Laws and School Performances
  Making Money by Doing Right
Leaving Money for College: Education Trusts

The cost of raising a child is at an all-time high of $222,360. And a good chunk of that—16%—is education costs. One way to cover ever-growing education costs is by setting up an education trust. An education trust can pay for school and help avoid estate taxes—we tell you how.

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Are Parents Legally Responsible if Their Kid Is a Bully?

Can you be held responsible if your kid is a bully? More and more states are enacting strict anti-bullying laws like "Phoebe's Law" in Massachusetts, named for a 15-year-old girl who killed herself after being bullied. These changes in the law may make parents wonder about their legal responsibilities for their children's behavior—and rightfully so.

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5 Inspiring Educational Non-Profits

Back-to-school time is the perfect time to pay tribute to the non-profits that help educate our kids. They say it takes a village and these 5 educational non-profits are certainly doing their part to raise America’s kids.

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Playground Injuries: Who Is Liable?

Accidents happen, especially on the playground. And studies show that lack of supervision is to blame for 40% of playground injuries. If your child is injured as a result of a teacher’s negligence, is the school liable?

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Copyright Laws and School Performances

What are the legal ramifications of putting on a copyrighted play? Do you need copyright permission? Can you sell tickets to the play and take a profit? Is any of it legal? Let’s go behind the scenes to find out of your school play is breaking the law.

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Making Money by Doing Right

Marty Stevens-Heebner’s Rebagz were inspired by the people she met as a human rights worker in Mexico after the bloody Zapatista rebellion. See how her commitment to being eco-friendly and human-friendly has helped her improve working conditions, pay fair wages, and contribute to charity—all while building a successful business.

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