Welcome to our news and blogs. Here you’ll find the latest developments and insights from across our four longitudinal studies.
Fewer parents are managing to enrol children in their true ‘first choice’ primary schools than is generally thought, says a new study.
Screening tests that monitor babies’ motor development could prove crucial in helping to identify children who will need learning support in their pre-school years, says a book published today.
Parents who read to their child every day at age 3 are more likely to see them flourishing in a wide range of subjects during their first year in primary school, a UK-wide study suggests.
A study of people now in their 40s has revealed that those who went to single-sex schools were more likely to study subjects not traditionally associated with their gender than those who went to co-educational schools.
CLS publishes a new briefing paper on the returns to education
Men who have an A-level in mathematics are more likely to earn higher wages than their male peers who have A-levels in other subjects.
A questionnaire sent out to Head Teachers in 1986, when BCS70 cohort members were aged 16, has recently been keyed, cleaned, and linked to 4,592 individual cohort members. Now fully documented, the dataset was deposited by CLS at the UK Data Archive, and is now available for download (study number 5225).
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