Class of 2023 more likely to be 'stay-at-home' students
New analysis reveals that this year's university applicants look more likely to stay at home during term time than previous cohorts.
New research reveals worrying links between poverty, mental health and GCSE grades
82% of parents and more than half (53%) of young people in families struggling financially report poor mental health.
Almost half of young people experiencing mental health problems
Poor mental health among young people (aged 16 and 17) has increased by more than a quarter since 2017.
Landmark study shows the impact of the pandemic on young people
Majority of students report that academic progress has suffered and future plans have changed due to the pandemic
National study to track the pandemic’s effect on year 11 students’ life chances
A new study to follow the outcomes for 12,000 year 11 students across England will be the largest study of its kind to find out how the pandemic has affected them.
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