In a world increasingly shaped by science and technology, a vibrant STEM education from primary level upwards will serve the wider population, regardless of their chosen careers. There is also a real economic need for more scientists and engineers in the UK. We campaign for the highest quality and most effective teaching and learning structures, and provision of outstanding careers advice. As a policy area with increasing divergence across the four nations of the UK we aim to work in partnership with experts across the UK.
14 September 2021
CaSE has published its five-point roadmap for making the UK a 'science superpower'. The roadmap forms the centrepiece of CaSE's asks for the Comprehensive Spending Review on October 27th.
13 September 2021
CaSE Assistant Director Daniel Rathbone sets out CaSE's key asks from the review and the rationale behind them.
13 August 2021
Reflecting on the STEM subject choices of this year's A-Level and GCSE cohorts
07 July 2021
James Tooze discusses our latest work on STEM education