Low-Birth-Weight Children 'Associated With Lower Academic Outcomes'

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Low-birth-weight children 'associated with lower academic outcomes'
Low-birth-weight children 'associated with lower academic outcomes'
Previous research has found that low birth weight is associated with a variety of adverse outcomes in later childhood. The new study, published in the journal American Economic Review, is the first to explore the interaction between birth weight, children's cognitive development and the quality of education they have.
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