image This white paper is published jointly by Intel and European Schoolnet, and is the second in a series of publications resulting from the Intel Educator Academy events in Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

In this white paper, we further explore STEM education, highlighting specific country and regional practices, and make further recommendations for the future. This paper builds on discussions at the Intel Educator Academy EMEA which took place in Bratislava, Slovakia under the patronage of the Prime Minister Mr. Robert Fico and organised together with EUCYS, YSoS, combined with the outcomes of research carried out through inGenious, a ground breaking multi-stakeholder initiative, coordinated by European Schoolnet and supported by Intel, that fosters school and industry collaboration in STEM education and career advice.

Type
policy
Author
Alexa Joyce, Michal Dzoga
Year
2013
Audience
educational authorities, industry, policy makers, teachers
Topics
STEM
Related projects
ECB
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