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National Statistics

Youth cohort study and longitudinal study of young people: 2010

Data from surveys on the longitudinal study of young people in England (LSYPE) and the youth cohort study (YCS).

Documents

Main text: B01/2011

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Main tables: B01/2011

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Details

Reference Id: B01/2011

Publication Type: Bulletin

Region: England

Release Date: 07 July 2011

Coverage status: Final

Publication Status: Published

This publication combines detailed information on participation, higher education, employment and benefits, relationships and behaviour, and civic engagement and life satisfaction, with administrative data on academic achievements. Data from previous waves of LSYPE and YCS, in some cases going back to when the young people were in compulsory education, are used with the 2010 survey when the young people were of academic age 19.

The first report, The Activities and Experiences of 16 year olds’ was published in June 2008 and covered the period 2004 to 2007. This series continues with the 2009 and 2010 publications of ‘The Activities and Experiences of 17 year olds’ and ‘The Activities and Experiences of 18 year old’.

Alicia Heptinstall
0114 274 2198

alicia.heptinstall@education.gsi.gov.uk