Expanded but not integrated

May 23, 1997

Subject and career choices remain gender-stereotyped in spite of rapid expansion in the numbers of both sexes in post-compulsory education and training, says a report from the Equal Opportunities Commission. Stereotyping prevails in NVQ courses, with women in "caring" occupations, hairdressing and business administration.

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