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Commons Select Committee’s ‘Women in Scientific Careers’ Report

As I mentioned in my first blog post on this topic,  I have been looking into what the current situation/problem is with girls and STEM subjects and the methods that can be adopted to address the issues identified from a policy perspective, within schools and at home (and the community). On 6th February The House of Commons Science […]

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Why is the current situation “Girls vs. STEM subjects” and not “Girls & STEM Subjects” (Part 1)

  In January, I chaired an Education Debate in Newham the panel included Lord Andrew Adonis and Professor Becky Francis from King’s College London. There was an interesting question raised by an audience member around improving the number of young women taking STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects. Sharon Hodgson MP (Shadow Minster for Women and Equalities) who was also on the panel shared an […]

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