Reading, writing and real estate: Home prices tied to test scores

06/18/2007 | NYTimes.com

Neighborhood real-estate prices are closely tied to the strength of the local elementary school's test scores, according to a new study at Connecticut's Trinity College. Every 12-percentage-point difference in Connecticut standardized test scores was worth $5,065 to home buyers and sellers, according to the study.

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