Education policy and the heritability of educational attainment

@article{Heath1985EducationPA,
  title={Education policy and the heritability of educational attainment},
  author={A. Heath and K. Berg and L. Eaves and M. H. Solaas and L. Corey and J. Sundet and P. Magnus and W. Nance},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1985},
  volume={314},
  pages={734-736}
}
Many workers assume that genetically determined differences in intellectual ability1–5 will be influenced little by changes in educational policy or other environmental interventions6,7. Others8,9, however, have suggested that increasing equality of educational opportunity will lead to an increase in the heritability of educational attainment. The resolution of this issue has been delayed until now because of the extremely large sample sizes which would be required10. Education data on twins… Expand
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