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Influencing progression to A level science - Post-16

Published in 2009 by LSIS, this report describes action research performed by Hartlepool Sixth Form College. The project was about establishing the reasons why students opt to take up science at A level and to encourage their progression into a science subject at A level from the college's partner schools. Following initial research, sessions were undertaken in partnership with local schools to assess their impact on progression to post-16 science.

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