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The impact of contraceptive access on high school graduation

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Science Advances  05 May 2021:
Vol. 7, no. 19, eabf6732
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abf6732
  • Table 1 Percentage with high school diploma by 2010 residence, cohort, and race/ethnicity: women aged 20 to 22.

    Source: 2010 Decennial Census and 2009 through 2017 1-year ACS data. Results were approved for release by the U.S. Census Bureau’s Disclosure Review Board, authorization number CBDRB-FY20-ERD002-010. P value indicates statistical significance of DID estimates reported based on significance of two-way interaction between Colorado residence in 2010 and being in the post-CFPI cohort in regression models including state fixed effects and clustered SEs.

    Pre-CFPI cohortPost-CFPI cohortDifference
    (Post-pre)
    DID (Colorado
    difference–
    comparison
    difference)
    P value
    PercentSEPercentSE
    COLORADO
    All women88.150.773892.100.76673.95
    White, non-
    Hispanic
    92.260.736795.280.62063.02
    Hispanic77.712.08687.242.0449.53
    PARALLEL TRENDS STATES
    All women90.700.187392.990.2452.291.660.001
    White, non-
    Hispanic
    93.350.120694.210.16230.862.16<0.001
    Hispanic85.710.295690.380.36614.674.86<0.001

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    Amanda J. Stevenson, Katie R. Genadek, Sara Yeatman, Stefanie Mollborn, Jane A. Menken

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