A levels: STEM gender gap larger in wealthier schools
11 Oct 2021

Timo Hannay

The analysis is interesting; showing that gender imbalance in maths exists in all parts of England, at every kind of school.  We're proud to feature in the opening paragraph, and continue to support educators and young people with our Maths4Girls programme by challenging stereotypes and barriers and showing that maths is for girls.

Read the full article on the School Dash website:


Or take a look at a summary in the Times Educational Supplement:


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