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Author(s):Baum, S., and Ma, J
Title:Education pays 2007: The benefits of higher education for individuals and society
Organization:College Board
Short Description:This report presents detailed evidence of the private and public benefits of higher education.
Annotation:This report presents detailed evidence of the private and public benefits of higher education. It also sheds light on the distribution of these benefits by examining both the progress and the persistent disparities in participation in postsecondary education.
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Low-Income Students
Social and Economic Benefits/Economic Development

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