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A major reason why children of upper-middle class families do well in school is the pressure that is placed on them by their families.


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    It's true only if you mean ALL "children of upper-middle class families."

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    While family pressure could be a variable affecting a child's ability to do well in an educational institution, it is not a clear, direct causal link. A child has the capability to have family pressure, and still not do well in school. A more likely reason for children of upper-middle class families doing better in school is implied in the question, the economic variable.

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