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Report shares six steps to successful STEM programmes

11 June 2014

An NFER evaluation of international energy company BG Group’s social investment in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education projects has identified six key ingredients shown to help create programmes with a positive impact.

The study looked at initiatives supported by BG Group between 2011-13 as part of a global push to help improve STEM skills among the future workforce, and found that they benefitted more than 30,000 school-aged children and supported the professional development of more than 1300 teachers in five different countries – including the UK.

In assessing the 20 education projects, researchers identified the following elements for STEM education providers to consider when designing activities:

The full report can be found on the STEM Education Learning Report web page

See also

BG Group’s website for more information about the company’s STEM programme.