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Research Shows Education Investments Pay Off, TC's Henry Levin Tells CNBC

Drawing from his research with Clive Belfield and Rachel Rosen, Levin told CNBC's Market Street Signs that education interventions reap higher graduation rates, employment, and tax revenues over the long term.
Drawing from his research with Clive Belfield and Rachel Rosen, Levin told CNBC's Market Street Signs that education interventions reap higher graduation rates, employment, and tax revenues over the long term.

Link to the video:  http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000069150

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Published Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012