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Senior maths and science are super popular with Islamic-school students, but that could limit their career options

By Mahmood Nathie, Lecturer and researcher, University of South Australia
Mohamad Abdalla, Founding Director of the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education, University of South Australia
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A higher proportion of Islamic-school students in years 11 to 12 are enrolled in science and maths than other students in Australia. But they may not all get the careers they want.

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