STEM skills need lifelong nurturing

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STEM skills need lifelong nurturing

[Blog post] A problem too big for the political cycle.

The Commonwealth's announcement yesterday that it will invest $12 million into boosting 'STEM' subjects in Australian schools is yet another example of its failure to recognise the critical nature of these skills to the future of our economy. The funding would be great to boost science, ...

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David Havyatt
David is a thirty-year telco veteran who has worked in corporate sales, strategy and regulatory and corporate affairs for Telstra, Hutchison, AAPT and Unwired/vividwireless. His writing and consultancy career was briefly interrupted when he agreed to join then Minister Senator Conroy’s office. That continued through the change to Minister Albanese and since the election with Shadow Minister Jason Clare. David conducts policy research under the business name DigEcon Research and consults to various participants through Havyatt Associates. He is also contesting the NSW election in 2015 as the Labor candidate for Epping.
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