Study Finds Causal Connection between Genotypes Related to Educational Attainment and Years of Education Achieved
A first-of-its-kind, nationally representative study of siblings finds that, within families, an adolescent with a higher “polygenic score”—which summarizes previously identified genome-wide associations for educational attainment—than her or his sibling tended to go on to complete more years of schooling.
Genetically Inclined to Learn
Inside Higher Ed, August 20, 2015
What Do Genes Say About Education? More Than You'd Think.
Education Week, August 20, 2015