Early years settings to receive £50m to improve social mobility

The government has pledged to plough £50m into bolstering early years provision in disadvantaged areas, as part of an action plan to improve social mobility.

 Education Secretary Justine Greening said social mobility “runs through everything we do”. Image: Simon Davis, DFID

The investment is part of an £800m package of measures in its social mobility action plan, called Unlocking Talent, Fulfilling Potential, aimed at boosting the life chances of disadvantaged young people.

Read the full article on this link to Children and Young People Now

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