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The Impact of Education on: Crime

Nov 01, 2003

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Students who fail to graduate from high school are more likely to participate in criminal activity than students who do graduate. Likewise, students with low levels of achievement in high school are more likely to engage in crime than students with high levels of achievement. Investing in education would save millions of dollars in crime-related expenditures annually.

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