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How Talented Kids From Low-Income Families Become America’s ‘Lost Einsteins’

A new analysis shows how family background influences who grows up to invent. The key to turning things around? Expose kids to more inventors. The post How Talented Kids From Low-Income Families Become America’s ‘Lost Einsteins’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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