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How Family Poverty Intensifies the Impact of Concentrated Disadvantage on High School Graduation

@inproceedings{Wodtke2013HowFP,
  title={How Family Poverty Intensifies the Impact of Concentrated Disadvantage on High School Graduation},
  author={Geoffrey T. Wodtke and F. Elwert and D. Harding},
  year={2013}
}
Theory suggests that the effects of disadvantaged neighborhoods on child educational outcomes may depend on a family’s economic resources as well as the timing of neighborhood exposures during the course of child development. However, most previous research assumes that disadvantaged neighborhoods have the same effects on all children regardless of their family resources, and few prior studies specifically analyze the timing of exposure to different neighborhood conditions across the early life… Expand
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