Research into the academic progress of young people in year 11.
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This report looks at how young people’s key stage 4 attainment and progress is linked to their:
- personal characteristics
- family background
- attitudes and behaviours
- health and wellbeing
It is based on data from several waves of the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England 2 (LSYPE2), which followed the lives of over 10,000 young people in England.
Published 16 October 2018