High School Graduation Fact

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Tomorrow on the plane I’m going to read:

The Costs and Benefits of an Excellent Education for All of America’s Children. It is a monograph by Levin, Belfield, Muenning, and Rouse (2007).

If I enjoy it, I’ll post some comments. But here is what grabbed my attention. The teaser states, “Each high school graduate in the United States means a net economic benefit to society of $122,000.”

For information like that, I’ll read a 26 page report.

Here’s the link:

http://www.cbcse.org/media/download_gallery/Leeds_Report_Final_Jan2007.pdf?lk=6898814-6898814-0-35417-EANlNwA4D9VYbweEqf13usVhme5XzMxm

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