We exist at a time when many developed nations are re-examining the appropriateness of their science education (Dillon 2009).
Science increasingly influences society in the 21st century.
Complex current issues involving biotechnology, energy, water, medicine, nanotechnology, and climate change, for example, highlight the challenges ahead for individuals to understand and critically engage with science and its outcomes.
Catholic Education Melbourne, in liaison with its schools and communities, has articulated 10 desired outcomes for students in the 21st century, as a result of a Catholic science education where all students:
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