Family Structure and Children’s Education Outcome: Evidence from Uruguay

  title={Family Structure and Children’s Education Outcome: Evidence from Uruguay},
  author={A. Cid and Charles E. Stokes},
  journal={Journal of Family and Economic Issues},
  • A. Cid, Charles E. Stokes
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine, Sociology
  • Journal of Family and Economic Issues
  • As the developed world has experienced a shift away from the traditional two-biological parent family, scholars have sought to understand how children are faring in non-traditional homes. Debate has arisen over assertions that children from non-traditional families do less well in school. Concerns about selection issues as well as a paucity of cross-cultural evidence, have led some scholars to question the influence of family structure on educational attainment. Using data from the 2006… CONTINUE READING
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