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Why don’t girls choose physics and what can schools do about it?

8 July | 10:00 am - 10:45 am

Over three times as many boys choose physics A level as girls. But is it because here’s a lot of hard maths in there that they would rather not do? The panel will explore whether this claim is true, why it matters, and what should and can be done about it.

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Date:
8 July
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10:00 am - 10:45 am
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Chair: Kay Rimmington-Singh, Senior Tutor, Ambition Institute, Sam Freedman, Senior Fellow, Institute for Government, Emma Lark, Associate Dean, Ambition Institute, Dawn Casserly, Headteacher, St Paul's School for Girls
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