SUBJECT PREFERENCE AND CHOICE IN CO-EDUCATIONAL AND SINGLE-SEX SECONDARY SCHOOLS

@inproceedings{Ormerod1975SUBJECTPA,
  title={SUBJECT PREFERENCE AND CHOICE IN CO-EDUCATIONAL AND SINGLE-SEX SECONDARY SCHOOLS},
  author={Milton Blackburn Ormerod},
  year={1975}
}
Summary. The subject preferences and subject choices of 1,204 pupils in 19 secondary schools were investigated. Sex-linked polarisation of subject preferences were more marked in co-educational than in single-sex schools. An investigation of the effect of attitudes towards teachers showed a relationship between liking for teacher and subject preference, but not subject choice. The results are discussed in relation to the current reorganisation of secondary schools along co-educational, as well… CONTINUE READING

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