The short- and long-run effects of attending the schools that parents prefer (VOX)

Most parents have strong views regarding which schools to send their children to. However, evidence shows that attending sought-after public secondary schools does not improve secondary-school examination performance. This column uses data from Barbadosto show that secondary school choice does not appear to lead to improvements in exam performance. However, it does have a sizable effect on short-run non-cognitive outcomes that may affect longer-run outcomes.

https://voxeu.org/article/effects-attending-schools-parents-prefer

Diether W. Beuermann, Kirabo Jackson

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