This study is a follow-up to a previous report on the high school graduation outcomes of adolescents involved in the child protection system in Minnesota. This new analysis explores the economic outcomes of the cohort of former high school seniors, examining their wages and public assistance use two years after they left high school.
Minn-LInK is a unique collaborative, university-based research environment with the express purpose of studying child and family well being in Minnesota using state administrative data from multiple agencies.
Teens with Prior Child Protection System Involvement who Graduate from High School have Higher Wages than those who do not Graduate.
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