Friday, 19 September 2008

Number of science A-level students decreases

A report by the Royal Society shows that the proportion of 17-year-olds taking maths, physics and chemistry at A level has decreased over the last 12 years in spite of efforts to reverse this trend. Michael Reiss is quoted in THES as saying, “Recently there have been encouraging signs that more young people are choosing to study the science and mathematics after the age of 16, but the longer-term trend exposes the failure of many changes to make enough of a difference.” The results do not include the new science GCSEs.

Read the THES article in full

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