STEM: How to Bridge the Attainment Gap for Disadvantaged Pupils

Panagiota Letsou describes a unique project to engage children from disadvantaged communities in science and technology.

Our society is becoming increasingly dependent on science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). From climate change to our reliance on the latest technologies, we are undeniably living in a world that is dominated by STEM-based issues and is destined to grow ever more so. As such, it is not a leap to suggest that those who build a solid foundation in STEM subjects and learning throughout their studies will not only be more employable in the future, but in fact more equipped for the future in general. 

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