Study: Cash encourages low-income students to perform better


To get low-income teenagers to spend more time on school work, a new study suggests that schools should pay them, the Huffington Post reports. A recent study released by MDRC and co-authored by NYU Steinhardt researchers J. Lawrence Aber and Pamela Morris analyzed how parents and their teenage children were affected by the Opportunity NYC-Family Rewards program, a three-year conditional cash transfer program launched by the
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