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Girls in care: GCSEs attainment gap (with English/maths) England 2010-2015

Share of female looked after and non-looked after pupils who achieved 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (including English and maths) in England from 2010 to 2015*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 24, 2016
Girls in care: GCSEs attainment gap (with English/maths) England 2010-2015 This statistic shows the differences in the share of girls in care and not in care who achieved 5 or more A*-C grade GCSEs (including English and Maths) in England from 2010 to 2015. In 2014, 16.2 percent of female looked after pupils achieved these GCSE grades, compared with 58.3 percent of non-looked after female pupils.
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Share of female looked after and non-looked after pupils who achieved 5 or more A*-C GCSEs (including English and maths) in England from 2010 to 2015*

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