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Source: Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
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1. Murnane, Richard J.
Willett, John B.
Boudett, Kathryn Parker
Do High School Dropouts Benefit from Obtaining a GED?
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 17,2 (Summer 1995): 133-147
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: American Educational Research Association
Keyword(s): Employment; GED/General Educational Diploma/General Equivalency Degree/General Educational Development; High School Dropouts; Income; Wage Dynamics; Wage Growth; Wages, Young Men

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Data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth for 1979 through 1991 are used to demonstrate that acquisition of the General Educational Development (GED) credential is associated with an increase in the rate of wage growth for male high school dropouts. (SLD)
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Murnane, Richard J., John B. Willett and Kathryn Parker Boudett. "Do High School Dropouts Benefit from Obtaining a GED?" Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 17,2 (Summer 1995): 133-147.