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The Children, Schools and Families Committee, which is examining the teaching of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, holds an evidence session at 9.30am that focuses on the teaching of science.
The purpose of the session is to examine:
The Committee will consider the teaching of mathematics and engineering in a separate evidence session on 10 February.
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