5 ways to promote STEM education in your school

18 January 2021

STEM skills open the door to a wide variety of exciting career paths including some of the highest paid and most in-demand jobs in the county. What™s more, the demand for STEM graduates is only set to grow. STEM education is a fantastic way to bring 21st-century skills into the classroom and foster in our children a long-term interest in these subjects. It helps children to develop their science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills through solving practical, real world problems. What™s more, it promotes critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration and perseverance; skills that are used throughout our lives. Read the full article here.

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