One extra year of school 'lowers crime'

Tes Editorial

One year of additional schooling significantly reduces an area's property crime, according to research. A study published in The Economic Journal this month showed that young men of school-leaving age who were forced to stay on at school were less likely to engage in criminal behaviour.

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