STEM: Country Comparisons – Contributing Consultants Reports

Country, regional and special interest reports on STEM commissioned for Securing Australia’s Future Project 2 STEM: Country Comparisons.

REPORTS AUTHORS TITLE
China Yuan Gao, University of Melbourne Report on China’s STEM System
Taiwan Yuan Gao, University of Melbourne Report on Taiwan: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
Japan Mayumi Ishikawa, Shota Fujii, Ashlyn Moehle, Osaka University STEM Country Comparisons: Japan
Singapore Noraini Idris, Mohd Fadzil Daud, Chew Cheng Meng, Leong Kwan Eu, Ahmad Dzohir Ariffin @ Maarof, University of Malaya Country Report Singapore STEM
Korea Jae-Eun Jon, Korea University and Hae-In Chung, University of Minnesota STEM Report – Republic of Korea 
United States Adam Maltese, Indiana University; Florin Lung and Geoff Potvin, Clemson University; Craig Hochbein, University of Louiseville STEM Education in the United States 
Canada Julian Weinrib and Glen Jones, University of Toronto Canada’s Approach to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM): Context, Policy, Strategy and Programs 
Western Europe Regional Report (including Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland) Ian Dobson, University of Ballarat … a critical examination of existing solutions to the STEM skills shortage in comparable [European] countries
Finland Ian Dobson, University of Ballarat … a critical examination of existing solutions to the STEM skills shortage in comparable [European] countries: Finland Country Report 
France Elodie de Oliveira, OECD and Kelly Roberts, University of Melbourne Literature Review: STEM Education in France 
United Kingdom Anthony Tomei, Emily Dawson and
Justin Dillon, Kings College London
A study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education in the United Kingdom
New Zealand Cathy Buntting and Alister Jones, University of Waikato; Liz McKinley and Mark Gan, University of Auckland STEM initiatives and issues in New Zealand 
Russia Anna Smolentseva, Higher School of Economics, Moscow Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics: Issues of Educational Policy in Russia
Brazil Hugo Horta, Technical University of Lisbon Education in Brazil: Access, quality and STEM 
Portugal Hugo Horta, Technical University of Lisbon STEM education in Portugal: Education, policies and labor market 
Argentina Cynthia Fernandez Roich, University of Melbourne Study of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and STEM-related issues in Argentina
Israel Gili Drori and Avida Netivi, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem STEM in Israel: The Educational Foundation of ‘Start-Up Nation’
United States Indigenous Sharon S. Nelson-Barber
Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL)
US Indigenous STEM Report
Canada Indigenous Glen Aikenhead, University of Saskatchewan Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education and Related Employment for Indigenous Students and Citizens of Saskatchewan
South Africa Michael Kahn, Stellenbosch University Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in South Africa 
Australian Labour Market Josh Healy, Kostas Mavromaras, Rong Zhu, Flinders University The STEM Labour Market in Australia 
Literature Review: Student Identity Marilyn Cole, Deakin University Literature review update: Student identity in relation to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subject choices and career aspirations 
International Agencies Kelly Roberts, University of Melbourne Literature Review – A selection of the work of international organisations on STEM education and STEM‑related issues
Australia Brigid Freeman, University of Melbourne Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Australia: Practice, policy and programs
Snapshots Brigid Freeman, University of Melbourne Snapshots of 23 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)constulants’ reports: Characteristics, lessons, policies and programs