London’s tech giants encouraging schoolchildren to take STEM subjects

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London’s tech giants encouraging schoolchildren to take STEM subjects

Some of London’s tech giants, including Spotify and AOL, are opening their doors to school children. They hope to encourage students to take up up science, technology, maths and engineering, better known as STEM subjects. 

Ella Goldner from OpenCo UK joined Headline London to discuss exactly how the system will work, what schools are taking part, and why there has long been a problem getting enough children to study subjects such as science and maths. 

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