Harvard Educational Review
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    Why Today's High-School-Educated Males Earn Less than Their Fathers Did

    The Problem and an Assessment of Responses

    Richard J. Murnane and Frank Levy
    High-school-educated males have experienced a dramatic decrease in labor market earnings since 1972. The difficulties involved in assessing the reasons for this trend are discussed.

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    Spring 1993 Issue

    Abstracts

    Why Today's High-School-Educated Males Earn Less than Their Fathers Did
    The Problem and an Assessment of Responses
    Richard J. Murnane and Frank Levy
    Hearing Other Voices
    A Critical Assessment of Popular Views on Literacy and Work
    Glynda Hull
    Reframing Classroom Research
    A Lesson from the Private World of Children
    Adrienne Alton-Lee, Graham Nuthall, and John Patrick
    Teaching and Practice
    Giving Voice to the Voiceless
    Beverly McElroy-Johnson
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