“New research suggests the amount of education a woman has along with having children later in life are key predictor’s of a child’s success in adulthood.”

“These results provide compelling evidence that having a child during adolescence has enduring negative consequences for the achievement of the next generation.”

Rick Nauert
Sandra Tang, Ph.D - University of Michigan (Mother’s Education Key to Child’s Academic Success: Psych Central News, November 11, 2014), What is the definition of "later in life" in this study? Why, after high school or older than 18. Having children "later in life" makes that much difference!

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