In 2015, the Federal Government committed an additional 12 million dollars to raise awareness, interest and achievement in STEM subjects in Australia’s primary and secondary schools – STEM meaning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. So what does this mean for the future of Science education in QLD? How will our students benefit from the initiative and what can parents do to engage their children in STEM subjects and careers? Senior Chemistry, Mathematics and Science teacher, Mrs Michelle Muir discusses the importance of STEM Education.

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