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This dissertation comprises three essays that empirically examine the educational outcomes of for-profit college students, military enlistees and immigrant youth. All of these are groups of "non-average" students that, in different contexts, pose challenges to the traditional provision of education. Therefore, their outcomes need to be studied in order to assess the need and room for public policy measures to intervene.

Academic and Early Labor Market Outcomes of For-Profit College Students in the U.S.

Home-Country Academic Quality, Time Spent in the U.S. and the Math Achievement of Immigrant High School Students

States with Favorable Tuition and Financial Aid State Policies for Undocumented Immigrants

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