England & Wales Education and children's services , Welfare and equalities

Place, education and family background – what difference does it make to life’s course? – ground-breaking report from the Social Mobility Commission

Summary

The joining of school achievement information with income and welfare data at an individual person level will enable innovative research to be done on the life courses of those born from the late 1980s (for whom data was collected systematically from the mid-1990s through the National Pupil Database). The Social Mobility Commission, in a ground-breaking report, have looked at the effect of family background, career progression and place for males born between 1986-88.

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