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The Social mobility Commission says Ministers have delivered only on 23% of his proposals since 2013.
And it warns in a report that the coronavirus crisis, all of the gains that have been made to destroy could.
A spokesman said the Government was pleased that The Commission acknowledged progress in areas such as the improvement of life chances for poorer groups, and to keep disadvantaged students in training for more.
The Commission says further progress necessary in the works in a number of areas, including:
The Social mobility Commission was told in 2013 by David Cameron 's coalition, But its leader, former Labour health Minister Alan Milburn announced in the year 2017, Theresa May ' s Government was not "devote to be able to the necessary energy and focus to The Social mobility Agenda ".lady Martina Milburn is standing down from The Commission , chair
In a report Last Year , the England , Scotland and Wales, the said Commission, that the inequality is anchored "from birth to Work " - and little progress has been made on the improvement of The Situation since 2014.'Some success'
It was "not enough" progress on 46% of the proposals, and the major advances that have been made, or The Proposal supplied in only 23% of the cases.
the extension of the 30 hours of free childcare to parents working the equivalent of eight hours per week and for more resources for Adult Education are among the proposals, which The Commission says has been ignored by the Government .
Alan Milburn , the successor to lady Martina Milburn, was not in connection with the previous Labour MP, you get down to you can focus on your they focus on their "job" as chief of The Prince 's Trust charity.
In a Foreword to The Commission 's new report, lady Martina says there had been "some signs of success" in the promotion of social mobility in front of the Corona-Virus-pandemic, But the focus was now necessary, if Boris Johnson was to meet his promise to "Level Up "opportunity" across England .Justine Greening , says the Government needs a plan
A Government spokesman said: "We Are pleased that The Commission recognizes that progress in areas such as the improvement of life chances for the poorer groups of the population, the promotion of Mental Health support for Young People , and to keep disadvantaged students in training for more.
"We remain committed to leveling of opportunity, across the country, and continue to do everything we can to ensure that nobody is Left Behind as a result of the coronavirus.
"From the beginning of the outbreak, all of the vulnerable children, who have been able to visit the school and we have more than £100m to support children's learning At Home .