Co-ed physics closed to girls

12th October 2012 at 01:00

Nearly half of co-educational state schools in England did not enter any girls for physics A-level exams in 2011, according to new research. A report from the Institute of Physics found girls were almost two-and-a- half times more likely to take physics A level if they attended a girls' school.

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