Scottish Schools Struggling to Teach Science Due to Lack of Equipment & Resources

Pupils in state schools in Scotland are not being provided with the science equipment and resources they need to meet the requirements of the curriculum, new research suggests.

The survey of teachers from 39 primary and 46 secondary schools was commissioned by the Learned Societies’ Group on Scottish Science Education, a collaboration of learned scientific societies and professional bodies.

The findings indicate that the amount of money spent per pupil on science education for the Curriculum for Excellence in primary and secondary schools in Scotland is less than in England for their more traditional courses.

Read the full press release here: Scottish Schools Struggling to Teach Science Due to Lack of Equipment & Resources