Women should be more visible across the curriculum, say campaigners who successfully fought plans to leave feminism out of A-level politics.
England’s Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced a change of heart after an outcry over the lack of female thinkers in the draft politics syllabus. “We’ve seen the strength of feeling,” said Mr Gibb.
Science campaigner Jacquelyn Guderley said: “This should act as a springboard for more female role models.”
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