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Efforts to increase students’ interest in pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics studies and careers

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The information provided in this report is based on the national contributions received from the Scientix National Contact Points representing 30 countries, in response to a survey on national measures and initiatives to increase students’ interest in pursuing STEM studies and careers, launched in the summer of 2015 by European Schoolnet. This report has a special focus on teacher education policies and initiatives.


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