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In both racial subgroups there is the full range o f parental education. 1 1966-7 COHORT: MATERNAL EDUCATION (N=1008) Race Level o f M a t e r n a l E d u c a t ion Black Whi te Total % % % 15 5 20 8 41 18 59 26 35 46 81 kl P a r t Col lege 8 22 30 17 Col 1ege 1 10 1 1 8th g r a d e o r less Part high school H i g h School graduate All s s . 7 THE COHORT | 29 CUMULATIVE PERCENTAGE black mothers with college experience on the one hand, and there are white mothers with less than 8 years o f schooling, on the other.
S o m e o f our families have moved to the other side o f the world. T h e y generally have given us notice, and usually provided an address. In such cases we use a local university to find testers, and logistics have constituted a m i n o r procedure o n c e they were established. T h e greater problem has been the inner-city family w h o move several times a year, but m a y be merely a few b l o c k s away, shielded by family and friends from prying. Use o f recorded "third-parties" w h o always k n o w where a family is has been helpful.
Seventy-six percent o f the probands were rated at zero risk. Sixteen percent o f the birth c o h o r t received mild to moderate ratings o f 1 and 2 , while 8 % were rated at serious risk with ratings o f 3 to 5 . In T a b l e 3 . 5 the percentiles are given and show that ratings o f 3 or m o r e are quite serious, and describe children in the worst condition. O n the other hand, T a b l e 3 . 5 also shows that three-quarters o f the children had a 0 rating for this parameter. F r o m the statistical point o f view the risk parameter is relatively w e a k ; but we are talking a b o u t real children and the relatively l o w degree o f risk is clearly w e l c o m e .