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ERIC Number: ED161051
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 309
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The Enduring Effects of Education.
Hyman, Herbert H.; And Others
The results of the first long-term, wide-scale secondary analysis of survey data concerning the enduring effects of schooling are presented in this work. The findings are detailed in four chapters covering the enduring effects of schooling on knowledge; the influence of other variables; the role of continuing learning, specifically through mass media exposure and personal information seeking; and the relative effectiveness of secondary and higher education. The conclusion discusses the need for further studies of enduring effects through secondary and semisecondary analysis. Appendixes contain basic tables, tables containing detailed findings on knowledge, surveys and questions used, and tables on the effects of education when other variables are controlled. (FL)
University of Chicago Press, 5801 Ellis Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60637 ($5.95 paper)
Publication Type: Books
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Language: English
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