In the last 50 years, the National Children's Bureau has worked
on projects and programmes that have brought about change for
children and families.
Early in our history, we led the National Child Development
Study of 16,000 children born in 1958 - the the first ever
multi-disciplinary, longitudinal study. From the study we published
two groundbreaking reports: Born
to Fail? in 1973, and Children
in Adversity in 1982, which identified key indicators of
disadvantage in childhood and revealed how growing up in these
circumstances damaged children's lives resulting in poor health,
underachievement at school and lack of opportunities to fulfil
their potential. These reports established NCB as a thought leader
within the children's sector.
Nearly 50 years on, Greater Expectations, examines 12 key indicators to determine whether children
in this country are still experiencing inequality and disadvantage.
This new report shows that far from improving over time, the
situation today appears to be no better than it was nearly five
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