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When it comes to college, money isn’t the problem

The results reveal modest, increasing, and only weakly concave effects of resources: wins less than $100,000 have little influence on college-going (i.e., effects greater than 0.3 percentage point can be ruled out) while very large wins that exceed the cost of college imply a high upper bound (e.g., wins over $1,000,000 increase attendance by 10 […] The post When it comes to college, money isn’t the problem appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
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