ACLS Working Paper published today investigates new evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study on the ’part-time penalty:’ the lower rates of hourly pay offered in part-time jobs rather than full-time jobs to equivalently qualified and experienced women.
Professor Sir Michael Marmot, who last year chaired the Strategic Review of Health Inequalities, which drew on evidence from all three birth cohort studies, has published indicators at local authority level showing marked differences in children’s development between rich and poor areas of England.
Dr John Goldthorpe attended a conference in the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Berlin, on New Strategies for Reaching Social Equality in Education - An International Perspective. He presented a keynote address on Institutional Change and Social Class Inequalities in Educational...
A new issue of the journal Longitudinal and Life Course Studies appeared this week, featuringthree new sets of findings from birth cohort data
Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education