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To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many mainstream comprehensive schools entered (a) no pupils, (b) fewer than 5% of pupils, (c) fewer than 10% of pupils and (d) fewer than 25% of pupils for GCSE history examinations in 2010. [This section has been corrected on 15 September 2011, column 11MC — read correction]
2,734 schools have been identified as being mainstream comprehensive.
All of these schools entered pupils for GCSE history
17 had fewer than 5% of pupils entered for GCSE history
139 had fewer than 10% entered for GCSE history
1,031 schools had fewer than 25% of pupils entered for GCSE history in 2010.