Supporting Scotland's STEM Education and Culture: Second Report

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This report, published by the Science and Engineering Education Advisory Group in January 2012, addresses many of the challenges and opportunities arising in implementation of the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) as it affects the delivery of STEM education and engagement. It examines the ways in which STEM education may be supported and developed through initial teacher education, professional development and the development of new support structures and partnerships. The report also considers how young people’s engagement with STEM may be increased, how the transitions to further learning, training and employment may be improved, and how the creative science culture of Scotland may be sustained and developed.

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