Wed 13 May 2015, The Independent

Students mastering basic maths and science could earn economy more than £2 trillion extra a year, study claims

By Richard Garner
The UK economy could rake in an extra £2.33 trillion a year if every student in the country mastered a basic level of skills in maths and science, according to a report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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