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“A recent IZA Discussion Paper by Adam M. LavecchiaPhilip Oreopoulos and Robert S. Brown delivers encouraging evidence that comprehensive student support programs can indeed lead to meaningful, long-run labor market benefits, including higher employment rates and earnings and a reduced reliance on social assistance.”

—An excerpt from IZA Newsroom’s article about Pathways to Education and the long-run effects from comprehensive student support

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