Does attending predominately female schools make a difference? (Billger, 2007)

This study explored the effects of attending predominately female high schools on labor market outcomes. Data from the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth was used; there were 3369 women in the sample. The term “predominately female school” indicates schools with at least 75% female students. It was found that…
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