Key Summary Report from Wave 2

 

Footprints in Time: the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children is the most comprehensive source of longitudinal information on early childhood development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It shows how early childhood experiences can impact on later life and provides policy makers with information about ‘what matters’ and ‘what works’ for producing improved Indigenous outcomes.

After two waves of data, we are already developing a better understanding of what makes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children grow up strong.

 

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