Read the SDLP response to CaSE’s letter, setting out the party’s commitments that are relevant to the science and engineering sector ahead of the 2015 Election
SDLP’s response to CaSE letter
07 Apr 2015
In the run-up to the 2015 UK General Election, CaSE has written to the leader of every political partywith at least one MP in Westminster, sending them our election briefings and asking them to set out their manifesto commitments that are relevant to the science and engineering sector.
Below is the response from the SDLP.
I can reassure you that we will be putting a heavy emphasis on the promotion of STEM subjects in the curriculum across all stages of schooling and we will make it a priority that children in Northern Ireland have the opportunity to be taught computer programming from the age of 8.
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