"He/she is young, is 21, and has 15 or more years of schooling. Who are the parents? The question apparently may not make sense. But the most common answer, found by a study to be presented on Friday, still points that this boy or girl is a child of a couple with a similar level of education. If parents have fewer qualifications, then it is more likely that this youngster has been able to go against this social determinant with more reading, study and sport during adolescence. And is more likely to be a girl."
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