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Those with prior health problems are almost twice as likely as their peers to have comprehensive school as their highest level of education when they reach the age of 21.
Health problems in adolescents clearly mirrored in educational levels | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Many young people who at the age of 10 to 16 have undergone specialised care for their health problems have dropped out of upper secondary education at the age of 17. These associations persist in adulthood, as those with prior health problems are almost twice as likely as their peers to have compre...