InGenious was a multi-stakeholder initiative in STEM education launched by European Schoolnet and the European Roundtable of Industrialists (ERT) with an aim  of fostering young people’s interest in STEM education and careers. This €8 million European programme in STEM education involved more than 40 partner organisations representing European industry, policy makers and STEM educators and was jointly funded by the grant from the European Commission's 7th Framework Programme and by project industry partners.

Between spring 2011 and autumn 2014, the project facilitated school-industry partnerships and supported the development and dissemination of innovative activities designed by industry partners.

This collection includes:

The full InGenious project report

STEM Careers Report for CPD Providers

STEM Careers Report for Teachers

STEM Careers Report for Senior Leaders and Governors

STEM Careers Report for Policymakers

STEM Careers Report for Industry and Employers

Other STEM Learning impact and evaluation research reports can be viewed here.

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STEM Careers Report for CPD Providers

This digest evaluates a project which aimed to increase young people’s involvement in STEM careers. The Ingenious project successfully enabled a range of schools across 26 European countries to effect change in the interest students display in STEM careers and increase their likelihood of taking up such careers...

STEM Careers Report for Industry and Employers

This digest of the InGenious project has been produced for industry and employers.  It describes how InGenious has successfully enabled a range of schools across 26 European countries to effect change in the interest students display in STEM careers and increase their likelihood of taking up such careers when they...

STEM Careers Report for Policymakers

This digest of the InGenious project has been produced for policymakers, and looks at how classroom teaching can be improved to enhance students’ learning of STEM subjects and improve the uptake of STEM careers.

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STEM Careers Report for Senior Leaders and Governors

This report looks at how classroom teaching be improved to enhance students’ learning of STEM subjects and improve the uptake of STEM careers. The report draws out key points of interest for senior leaders.

The Ingenious project successfully enabled a range of schools across 26 European countries to effect...

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