No girls studying physics in half of state schools

3 Oct 2012

Nearly half of all state schools in England do not send any girls on to study A-level physics, research by the Institute of Physics (IOP) has found. The research also shows that girls are much more likely to study A-level physics if they are in a girls’ school.

The IOP study indicates that the situation is likely to be similar in schools across the UK.

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