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Supporting STEM in schools and colleges in England: The role of research

Report
21 December 2011

Supporting STEM front coverThis report, researched and written by the Institute of Education, University of London, demonstrates the role of social science research - and specifically education research - in sustaining and developing the STEM skills base in England.

It presents case studies of research undertaken within education departments, schools and faculties in English higher education institutions, and offers a number of recommendations for future progress.

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