Science education is a vital dimension of the holistic education second-level schools aim to provide. Science education is vital because it enables young people to understand the role and application of science in modern society and the economy. Science education is essential to good citizenship because an understanding of science is central to participation in debates on climate change, sustainability, genetic modification, etc. Science education is central to the emergence of the knowledge economy, economic growth and participation in the labour market.
Click here to view a Report on the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education - November 2016. An Analysis and Recommendations by the Stem Education Review Group.