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    Kids in Multigenerational Households More Likely to Succeed

    They’re raised right. Studies show economically challenged children who live with their extended family do better in school than their peers who live with just their parents. While close quarters can be frustrating, staying near family members provides youngsters with extra guidance and supervision — although it also depends on the personal dynamics that differ from family to family. Experts hope further research will shed more light on this trend as rising costs of living and homes where both parents work are expected to make such households more common.

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