Help shape OECD policy for the future of STEM education

We invite you to be involved in developing a bold new vision for science education for 2030 and beyond.

We are undertaking a review of issues, innovations and the skills requirements that will shape STEM education. This review is being led by Oxford University Press (OUP) and The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) working with colleagues at University College London (UCL).

The results of this visioning exercise will directly influence the forthcoming Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) science assessments. PISA is a test that is run in over 80 countries every three years with 15-year-olds and that provides extensive insight to governments and policy-makers. It is a catalyst for change in education systems, often leading to innovation in teaching practice and curriculum redesign.

We are keen to hear your views on how STEM education is preparing children for the future. As an expert, innovator or leader in your field, we would like to give you an opportunity to influence the way that science education might develop and to share your vision of how it should prepare young people to play an active role in society, the world and the workplace in the next 10 to 15 years.

This review seeks to be inclusive and to push existing boundaries. Your input will be of great value as we conduct this far-reaching survey and bring together the views of leading thinkers in the field of STEM education.

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