A legacy for chemistry education

Jo Tunney


The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has a longstanding reputation for providing innovative and up to date support for chemical science education – from primary, through to higher education and beyond. The RSC is continually developing easily accessible resources and events to help meet the needs of changing curricula and the skills required by employers.

At A-level and degree level the focus is on increasing the numbers of students studying chemistry and the chemical sciences in order to educate the next generation of science-based professionals. The Chemistry for our Future (CFOF) programme was established with the aim of ensuring a strong and sustainable future for chemical sciences in higher education by increasing the aspirations of students, promoting the chemical sciences at all levels and improving the school to university transition.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29311/ndtps.v0i5.445

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