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Source: Houston Chronicle
Resulting in 5 citations.
1. Barlow, Jim
Competition is Key to Better Schools
Houston Chronicle, July 30, 2000, Business; Pg. 1
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: Houston Chronicle Publishing Company
Keyword(s): Education; Educational Costs; Educational Returns; High School Students; School Completion; Schooling

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This article on the benefits gained by introducing competition into public schools cites National Longitudinal Survey of Youth data showing that students attending high school in areas with more competition among public schools have higher test scores, complete more years of schooling, and earn higher wages.
Bibliography Citation
Barlow, Jim. "Competition is Key to Better Schools." Houston Chronicle, July 30, 2000, Business; Pg. 1.
2. Barlow, Jim
Here's The Answer To Bumper Sticker
Houston Chronicle, September 08, 1998, Business; Pg. 1
Cohort(s): NLSY79
Publisher: Houston Chronicle Publishing Company
Keyword(s): Economics of Gender; Gender; Gender Differences; Wage Gap; Wages; Wages, Women

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This opinion piece articulates the factors contributing to the gender wage gap. NLS data stating that childless women age 27-33 earn 98% of what men earn is cited.
Bibliography Citation
Barlow, Jim. "Here's The Answer To Bumper Sticker." Houston Chronicle, September 08, 1998, Business; Pg. 1.
3. Goodman, Ellen
Working Moms Raise Children, Not Statistics
Houston Chronicle, March 7, 1999, Outlook; Pg. 6
Cohort(s): Children of the NLSY79, NLSY79
Publisher: Houston Chronicle Publishing Company
Keyword(s): Children, Academic Development; Children, Behavioral Development; Cognitive Development; Maternal Employment; Parental Influences

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Also: Boston Globe, March 4, 1999, Op-Ed; Pg. A19.
Also: Plain Dealer, March 4, 1999, Editorials and Forum; Pg. 9B.

This opinion piece discusses the effect of maternal employment on child development. It references Elizabeth Harvey's study of the subject, which uses NLSY79 and Children of the NLSY79 data.

Bibliography Citation
Goodman, Ellen. "Working Moms Raise Children, Not Statistics." Houston Chronicle, March 7, 1999, Outlook; Pg. 6.
4. Lewin, Tamar
Retirement Causes Two-Career Couples To Re-examine Priorities
Houston Chronicle, November 21, 1993, C; Pg. 13
Cohort(s): Mature Women
Publisher: Houston Chronicle Publishing Company
Keyword(s): Marital Satisfaction/Quality; Marriage; Retirees; Retirement; Wives, Work

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This article reports on the retirement complications that arise in two-career households. NLSY79 data is utilized to evidence the number of women currently retiring and the percentage retiring at the same time as their husbands.
Bibliography Citation
Lewin, Tamar. "Retirement Causes Two-Career Couples To Re-examine Priorities." Houston Chronicle, November 21, 1993, C; Pg. 13.
5. Stafford, Diane
Study: Over Half of Teens 14, 15 Work
Houston Chronicle, June 27, 1999, Business; Pg. 5
Cohort(s): NLSY97
Publisher: Houston Chronicle Publishing Company
Keyword(s): Adolescent Behavior; Employment, Youth; Wages, Youth

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This article reports on NLSY97 data indicating that 57% of 14 year-olds and 64% of 15 year-olds work.
Bibliography Citation
Stafford, Diane. "Study: Over Half of Teens 14, 15 Work." Houston Chronicle, June 27, 1999, Business; Pg. 5.