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Dropping Out of School, Teenage Pregnancy, and Public Assistance,

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WSIPP - November 1993

Previous Family Income Study research indicates that dropping out of school before graduating, and being a teenage mother, are factors related to low educational attainment and welfare dependency. This issue brief describes the sequence of dropping out of school, and becoming pregnant for the first time, for women on public assistance.

Report ID: 93-11-3101
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