#EYMatters - A report published today (5 Aug) by the Social Mobility Commission (@SMCommission), reveals that as many as one in eight of the early years workforce is paid under £5 an hour and that low pay, a high workload and a lack of career development for early years workers risk having a serious impact on the provision of care and education services for the under-fives.
#LevellingUp - Stark geographical inequalities in economic prosperity in Britain must be urgently tackled to ensure that people from all backgrounds have opportunities to get on, says the Social Mobility Commission (@SMCommission) in its report, Moving out to move on: understanding the link between migration, disadvantage and social mobility, published today (Thursday 23 July).
Sandra Wallace and Steven Cooper appointed as interim chairs of the Social Mobility Commission (@SMCommission)
Sandra Wallace and Steven Cooper were appointed as interim chairs of the Social Mobility Commission (SMC) on a jobshare basis from today (10 July 2020). The appointment will ensure accountability and strong leadership are maintained until the conclusion of an open recruitment process to appoint a substantive chair following the resignation of Martina Millburn on 29 April 2020.
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