- Read a new report by the Office of the Chief Scientist, Australia’s STEM Workforce, that provides the first detailed analysis of Australia’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) trained workforce.
- Read about the current state of STEM in Queensland on pages 12 – 24 of Health of Queensland Science and Innovation 2016 .
- To support the development of a high level STEM education strategy for Queensland, a Roadmap to STEM Education in Queensland was developed.
- Read Advancing Education - an action plan that outlines the key activities the Queensland Government is taking to deliver the very best education system.
- The #codingcounts discussion paper provides an opportunity for the community to join a conversation on how we can support our students to be digital creators and innovators.
- Read the Australian Chief Scientist’s report Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Australia’s Future and the paper Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in the National Interest: A Strategic Approach
- The Australian Chief Scientist has published an occasional paper Busting myths about women in STEM and a datasheet Women in STEM: A story of attrition which shows how Australia’s gender STEM imbalance persists from the classroom through to the workplace.
- Engaging the future of STEM is a study of international best practice for promoting the participation of young people, particularly girls, in STEM. This research was conducted as part of the 2016 Barbara Cail STEM Fellowship and funded by the Australian Government (Office for Women, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet), in partnership with Chief Executive Women.