Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Social Mobility Drive to Track Us to Age of 30

Everyone will have their educational and work achievements tracked from birth to the age of 30 under radical plans to improve social mobility.

Ministers will unveil seven new ‘Life Chance Indicators’ next week as part of a plan to help children from poorer homes do better.

The indicators measure everything from a person’s weight at birth to their university achievements and earnings at the age of 30.'


1 comment:

  1. Hmmmm, just another way to keep track and monitor people, a bit like those documeantaries they used to show many years ago where they track the children throughout their childhood all the way up to adulthood.


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