Focus on physics

30th July 2010 at 01:00

A group of Westminster MPs has called for greater incentives to be put in place to attract more physics teachers. Twenty-four MPs have signed an Early Day Motion in Parliament to highlight the issue, which is also being underlined by the Institute of Physics. The motion says the country needs to provide "high-quality physics teaching for every child".

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