Today my ex-employer the Royal Society, the UK Academy of Sciences, published its long-awaited report on a vision for the science and mathematics education of the future.
I co-launched the project back in January 2012, having been involved with scoping it over the previous year or so. It was one of my last tasks for the Society before I moved on to self-employment and started my business.
My impressions of the end product?
As with all things produced by the Royal Society, it is extremely thorough and reflects considerable investment of time and resource, to a high standard. My particular area of interest is about teachers, having undertaken work in this area over the last year or so. Not just any teachers, but those who specialise in core curriculum subjects such as those within the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) disciplines…
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