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Meggie Copsey-Blake's research focuses on the experiences of students of marginalised groups in UK schools and universities, especially through examining discourses of identity and intersectionality. She completed an MA in Education (2020) and BA in English Language & Applied Linguistics (2019).

Meggie is assisting with various research projects on educational inequalities at the University of Reading, including the SESTEM (Students' Experiences in STEM) project, and is a part of the SCARI Computing (Subject Choice, Attainment & Representation in Computing) project at King's College London. The SCARI Computing project is funded by the Nuffield Foundation, and aims to widen participation and improve gender diversity in Computing education across secondary schools in England. The study involves analysis of the National Pupil Dataset and School Workforce Census, and qualitative data collected from students, teachers and school case studies.