CLS held a successful conference on 10th December 2010 at which around 50 delegates including members of the scientific comminity, government policy-makeers and other stakeholders met to discuss the questionaire content for the next follow-up of the 1970 British Cohort Study which will take place...
A second edition of the MCS4 User Guide to Initial Findings has been issued which incorporates revisions made to the earlier version of the variable recording child overweight and obesity.
Research based partly on the Millennium Cohort Study highlights the rise in family breakdowns and attributes this more to cohabiting relationships ending, than marriages ending in divorce.
Girls are much more likely than boys to be overweight at age 7, a UK-wide study has found.
Children’s different rates of progress in their first two years at school are still largely driven by their parents’ social class, a UK-wide study has concluded.
A new strategy to meet the Government’s target of abolishing child poverty is detailed in a report that draws heavily on evidence from the Millennium, 1970 and 1958 cohort studies, including specially commissioned analysis.
Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education