Quantifying CREST: CREST Silver Award evaluation - a pro bono economics research report for the British Science Association

The British Science Association has been running the STEM enrichment programme for young people for almost 30 years.  This report is the first quantitative evidence of the impact of extra-curricular STEM interventions.

The report reveals that undertaking a CREST Silver Award appears to have a significant effect on students' GCSE grades and the likelihood of them continuing on to AS Levels in STEM subjects.

 

Authors: Rosie Stock Jones, Tom Annable, Zoe Billingham, Cee MacDonald

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