This is the first in a series of reports using baseline data from the SEED Pre-School Demonstration and Impact Assessment. It documents whether those who opened matched savings accounts for their pre-school children differ from those who did not open accounts on a variety of demographic and economic characteristics. Overall, few of the characteristics examined are reliably associated with account opening.
Project: SEED National Initiative
Beverly, S. (2006). Differences between SEED account openers and non-openers: Demographic and economic characteristics (SEED Research Report). Lawrence: University of Kansas.