I'm sorry but the article says it itself, it's a correlation not a causation. Don't you think it is more likely that the households with the better signal were more likely to be better off economically already, and therefore the kids there had more opportunities and tools to succeed?
I'm not saying the show isn't nice. I'm just saying the effects of it are probably minuscule in comparison to economic inequality.
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