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The role of science education in a changing world

  title={The role of science education in a changing world},
  author={Jennifer D. Adams and Lucy Avraamidou and Dury Bayram-Jacobs and Saouma BouJaoude and Lynn A. Bryan and Andri Christodoulou and Digna Couso and Anna T. Danielsson and Justin Dillon and Sibel Erduran and Mar{\'i}a Evagorou and Martin J. Goedhart and Nam-Hwa Kang and Ebru Kaya and Shakhnoza Kayumova and Johanna Larsson and Sonya N. Martin and M M Chico and Ainoa Marzabal and Elwin R. Savelsbergh and Christina Siry and Bart van de Laar and Arjen Evert Jan Wals and Bingqian Wei and Sara E. D. Wilmes and Carla Zembal-Saul},
Citation for published version (APA): Adams, J., Avraamidou, L., Bayram-Jacobs, D., Boujaoude, S., Bryan, L., Christodoulou, A., Couso, D., Danielsson, A., Dillon, J., Erduran, S., Evagorou, M., Goedhart, M., Kang, N-H., Kaya, E., Kayumova, S., Larsson, J., Martin, S., Martinez Chico, M., Marzabal, A., ... Zembal-Saul, C. (2018). The role of science education in a changing world. NIAS Lorentz center. https://www.lorentzcenter.nl/lc/web/2018/960/extra.php3?wsid=960&venue=Snellius 

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