Priniting in the third dimension

The evolution of 3D printing in schools is not new, but with the reliance on technology becoming ever-more stringent, Education Business explores the situation

Richard Green, chief executive of the D&T Association, explains what modern Design & Technology involves and ways to showcase the importance of the subject.

With current skills shortages subjects like Design & Technology need to be seen as a valuable subject for young people to study, especially once the UK leaves the EU, argues DATA.

Young people deserve to experience a broad and balanced curriculum which recognises the importance of design, argues Catherine Ritman-Smith of the Design Museum.

The importance and value of art, craft and design

Why is art, craft and design education so vital to our culture, our society, our economy and ourselves? The reasons are myriad, meaningful, complex and fiscal says Lesley Butterworth.

Designed and made in Britian: education’s role

With a government focus on traditional subjects via the Ebacc, technical subjects are left fighting for educational survival, argues Richard Green of the Design and Technology Association.

British Science Week this March aims to get the nation excited and engaged in science. Adrian Fenton, head of education at the British Science Association, discusses how schools can get involved and use the week to bring science to life

The Great British Make Off celebrates the undoubted success of young, talented design and technologists. Andy Mitchell, assistant chief executive at the Design & Technology Association, reveals the competition’s innovative winners