Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso, Continues His Plan To Support Kids And Students - Here Are The Subjects He'd Like To See Taught In Schools
Tamar Braxton's BF, David Adefeso, is into making young people's lives better . He's been sharing various videos and ideas on his social media account on how to improve the lives of students and children.
Now, he shared the subjects that he believes should be taught in schools. Check out his latest ideas below.
'Subjects that need to be taught in schools 👇🏾 1. Financial literacy: students should learn about compound interest, credit cards, interest rates, taxes, and debt work. Also, when and how to invest. 2. Mindfulness: mental health is extremely important, and a basic building block to building a happy life. ,' David began his post.
He continued and wrote: '3. Insurance: it's truly ridden with complications. Graduating students should be able to navigate this very arcane world. 4. Government: do you know who makes the decisions that affect your everyday life? The local government is a blurry mess for most adults! What's another subject that needs to be taught in schools? What's #5? 🤔👇#financialliteracy #finance #education.'
Tamar hopped in the comments to praise her man and said: 'Whew 😅 that picture daddy 👅'
A fan joked and posted this: '@tamarbraxton I was staring too. No disrespect Sister. I am all for this black love between the two of you. 💜💜'
A follower had this idea: 'Conflict resolution, deductive reasoning, and accountability.'
Someone else said: 'Budgeting, so many people struggle with a budget. What is a budget for, how to plan one, hos to live within a budget, and why we must have one.'
Another commenter posted: 'I am actually about to start teaching financial literacy to the underprivileged and minority youth transitioning from high school students to college or adulthood.'
One Instagrammer said: 'Effective communication skills. Every business I’ve ever worked with regardless of its rankings succeeds or fails on its ability to communicate. A soft skill that individuals can also master to overcome challenges and leverage every single opportunity that comes their way.'
What else do you think should be taught in schools?