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Suppose you wanted to conduct an econometric study of the impact of Head Start attendance on future earnings. You decide to define your treatment group as those children who attended Head Start and your control group as those with similar family backgrounds who did not attend Head Start. Why might such an analysis provide misleading results? What would be a more credible way of estimating the impact?


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