The EU STEM Coalition has been included or referenced in various EU agendas and strategies. The EU STEM Coalition has also received financial support through EU-funded projects.
The Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027) outlines the European Commission’s vision for high-quality, inclusive and accessible digital education in Europe. It is a call to action for stronger cooperation at European level to learn from the COVID-19 crisis, during which technology is being ...
The Communication on the European Education Area outlines how cooperation can further enrich the quality, inclusiveness and digital and green dimension of Member State education systems. It shows how together, Member States can shape a European Education Area based on freedom for learners and...
The success of the European project depends on the EU’s capacity to build a better future for European citizens. This is a key message of the Commission’s White Paper on the Future of Europe. It is also at the heart of the initiative 'Investing in Europe's Youth' and the New Skills Agenda for...
The project is implemented by a selection of EU STEM Coalition member organisations. For a full overview and contact information, please see the project website via the link below.
The project aims to further develop the existing EU STEM Coalition into a full-fledged European knowledge hub and support network for national and regional STEM platforms and other organisations active in the field of (STEM) education and labour market. As a secondary objective, the project also aims to kickstart the devepment of new national and regional STEM strategies in member states that do not yet have in place.
The project will implement a wide range of activities aimed at support its members and organisations outside the network. These include events and activities focused on best practice sharing (conferences, thematic events, webinars), direct support (taskforces, roundtables) and the development of digital infrastructure to facilitate best practice sharing (European STEM monitor combining EU and national data, programme mappings, etc.).
The project was implemented by a selection of EU STEM Coalition member organisations. For a full overview and contact information, please see the project website via the link below.
The main goal of the project was to facilitate best practice sharing between national STEM platforms (integrating it into the day-to-day practices of national STEM platforms) and consequently support the development of new approaches based on existing best practices in Europe.
The project activities consisted on events and activities focued on best practice sharing. These included larger thematic events ('General Assemblies') open to the general public as well as more targeted support ('Taskforce Meetings'). The project also contributed to further developing the EU STEM Coalition website into a digital 'knowledge hub' featuring programme mappings and a publications database (currently receiving thousands of monthly visitors).