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

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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