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Sibling Spillovers

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We are grateful to the Florida Departments of Education and Health for providing the de-identified, matched data used in this analysis. Figlio and Roth acknowledge support from the National Science Foundation and the Institute for Education Sciences (CALDER grant), and Figlio acknowledges support from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. We appreciate helpful feedback from Scott Carrell, Dennis Epple, Richard Romano, and seminar and conference participants at AEFP, APPAM, CESifo, SOLE/EALE and the University of Wisconsin. The conclusions expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not represent the positions of the Florida Departments of Education and Health, Statistics Denmark, the National Bureau of Economic Research or those of our funders.

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