UW report: Marriages between people with different levels of education are failing less often
Patty Murray, Wisconsin Public Radio
A new University of Wisconsin-Madison report shows the number of divorces among couples with different levels of education is falling.
The model of Ward and June Cleaver from “Leave it to Beaver” is a thing of the past: “It's looking like more and more people are comfortable, at least, with June Cleaver having the educational advantage,” said Christine Schwartz, an associate professor of sociology at UW-Madison.
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