This is UEA weekend. Thousands of teachers are gathering in Sandy to talk about everything from standardized tests to how they teach the generation of Americans who will need to be the most productive in our nation's history if our generation stays alive as long as it looks like we will. Former UEA president and now NEA VP Lily Eskelsen had interesting things to say this morning on KSL. Click here.
The unemployment rate hasn't topped 10 percent since June 1983, but it could officially return to that painful level soon. This morning we found out the rate is up to 9.8% from 9.7%. This is higher than expected, and so the markets are down this morning. ABC Business Editor Charles Herman is so good at putting things in perspective. He talked to Grant and Amanda this morning. Click here to hear it.