What girls study at age 14-16 matters for educational transitions post-16 (Moulton et al., 2018)

A British study of subject choice at age 14-16 published in the Oxford Review of Education has found that pursuing an academic curriculum, particularly science subjects, rather than applied (or vocational) subjects, is particularly important for girls in terms of increasing the chances that they will progress on to further…
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