Growing up in Australia (LSAC) fact sheet

The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) tracks children’s development and life course trajectories in today’s economic, social and political environment.

Content covers multiple aspects of individual, family, community and society characteristics for each individual. It has a broad multi-disciplinary base, and examines policy-relevant questions about development and lifetime wellbeing.

By tracking study participants over time, researchers will be able to determine the factors associated with consistency and change in life course pathways.

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