Impact of Education on Demography

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As education gets more expensive, it becomes a much better idea to have fewer children in order to give each one the best education possible without going bankrupt.  In the middle income ranges, increasing numbers of people simply give up on children altogether because of the expense.  At the bottom of the ladder, the lack of education contributes directly to low marriage rates, high birth rates, and the class divisions in the population.


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