Education after high school: Is it worth It?

  • 17 Sep 2014 2:04 PM
    Message # 3101731
    Emily Smith (Administrator)

    Harry Holzer's recently posted research finds that earnings of minorities and disadvantaged students are reduced not only by their lower educational attainment and completion but also by weaker post-secondary academic performance and by their chosen fields of study.


    What does this mean for parents of high school aged children?

  • 13 Apr 2017 6:50 AM
    Reply # 4750032 on 3101731
    James
    Emily Smith wrote:

    Harry Holzer's recently posted research finds that earnings of minorities and disadvantaged students are reduced not only by their lower educational attainment and completion but also by weaker post-secondary academic performance and by their chosen fields of study.


    What does this mean for parents of high school aged children?


  • 23 May 2017 11:33 PM
    Reply # 4848838 on 3101731
    James
    Emily Smith wrote:

    Harry Holzer's recently posted research finds that earnings of minorities and disadvantaged students are reduced not only by their lower educational attainment and completion but also by weaker post-secondary academic performance and by their chosen fields of study.


    What does this mean for parents of high school aged children?


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