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Hopkins Researchers Win Top Education Prize



Over the past year, you’ve probably heard Johns Hopkins researchers Karl Alexander, Doris Entwisle, and Linda Olson on the radio, or read about their work in the newspaper. Their decades-long research into the life trajectories of several hundred Baltimore children revealed a ton of fascinating–and depressing–information.

This Johns Hopkins Study About Life Trajectories Will Depress You



It took Johns Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander 25 years to complete his research about the paths people take in life. Finally, just a month before he retires from the university, Alexander has published what he found after studying nearly 800 Baltimore school children for more than two decades. And the news is kind of depressing.