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Published on Sep 21, 2012
Ruth Marcus, Washington Post: The presidential debates should focus on education and the discourse could stress what this report shows: that disadvantaged children will likely remain disadvantaged unless they're given support and help to succeed.
On September 20, 2012, the Social Genome Project at Brookings presented new research on how many of today's children are likely to succeed, who they are, how success at one stage affects success in subsequent stages of life, and what might help keep more children on track. Keynote speaker Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado and a panel of experts reacted to these findings. Learn more about this event and read the related research paper at: http://goo.gl/py4CR