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The LSE Companion to Health Policy Alistair McGuire, Joan Costa-i-Font 0 Avis The LSE Companion to Health Policy covers a wide range of conceptual and practical issues from a number of different perspectives introducing the reader to, and summarising, the vast literature that analyses the complexities of health policy. Nevertheless, there is a risk that this progress will not be maintained. The Singlewire system has fit the bill for us. Gertrude Bell, vividly told and impeccably researched by Georgina Howell, is a richly compelling portrait of a woman who transcended the restrictions of her class and times, and in so doing, created a remarkable and enduring legacy. Attainment has also improved as take-up has increased.
The starting point is a good education for children and young people in science and maths. Attainment has also improved as take-up has increased. Nevertheless, there is a risk that this progress will not be maintained.
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There are still not enough teachers with strong subject knowledge in science and maths entering the profession. In there were overentries to GCSE biology,to chemistry andto physics.
Another 40, pupils entered A-level chemistry, and almost 70, A-level maths. If the higher numbers of pupils taking science and maths are to achieve good results, they need to be taught by teachers with the specialist knowledge to teach these subjects well. Teaching environments are also vitally important in improving take-up and achievement in science, but there is evidence that science facilities in many schools are unsatisfactory and even unsafe.
Furthermore, in some schools, advice and guidance on science- and maths-related careers is poor. The Department must approach the challenge of improving school science and maths through a coherent, system-wide strategy rather than as a number of initiatives operating in isolation.