Provisional figures show that 13,854 families containing 14,051 children took part in the Age 7 Survey of the Millennium Cohort Study.
Three early-career researchers were recognised at the award ceremony in Parliament Buildingearlier this month.
An interim dataset based on a subset of the interviews conducted as part of the National Child Development Study 2008-9survey has just been released for use.
This special issue focuses on the importance of the collection of biomedical data as part of longitudinal studies.
Shirley Dex, Professor of Longitudinal Social Research in Education at CLS, will speak at Queens College, Cambridge, on Friday 6th March, as part of a programme of talks called ‘The Credit Crunch: Gender Equality in Hard times’.
Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education