Equal Opportunities Policy: Gender; Internal Factors

What are there less of in secondary schools?
Female teachers
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There were more primary school head teachers in 2012 than what?
Secondary head teachers in 2012
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What were there a lot of in nursery and primary schools?
Female teachers
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What is the feminisation of education?
The idea that education and school has become very feminised and there are more female than male teachers, therefore education is seen as a very female discipline
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What is the result of feminised education?
Some boys may be 'put off' due to the lack of male role models or a belief that being studious and achieving well at school makes them look less masculine
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What is an equal opportunities policy?
When every member is regarded as of equal worth and importance, irrespective of his/her creed, culture, class, race, gender, sexuality and/or disability
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