The Social Mobility Commission’s 2016 report is a long and very thorough look at parenting and early years; schools; post-16 education and training; jobs, careers and earnings; and housing. A large amount of data is used to illustrate and support the Commission’s analysis and argument for a new, longer term and more ambitious approach to tackling the UK’s ‘deep social mobility problem’.

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