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Subject Choice in STEM, more questions than answers : a summary of Factors influencing young people (aged 14–19) in education : a systematic review of the UK literature / Derek Bell.

Bell, Derek, 1950-
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2010
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The Trust commissioned the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre (EPPI-Centre) to undertake a systematic review to examine why young people make the subject choices they do. The STEM subjects are science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This is the executive summary of that report.

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London : Wellcome Trust, 2010.

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