The government will stump up £67m in an effort to get 17,500 new maths and science teachers into classrooms to ensure that the UK does not lack skilled educators in these areas.
The government said that there will be seven million jobs in science-based industries by 2030, making it vital that future generations are taught by skilled teachers.
The government will use a number of initiatives to get maths and science teachers into classrooms, including support for former teachers, career-changers and skilled graduates.
Assistance for former teachers wanting to get back into the profession will centre on help with job applications and interview preparation, and access to training courses based on current demands.
Grants of £20,000 for schools to run pilot training programmes for new maths and science teachers should deliver results by September 2016, according to the government.
Finally, funding of up to £15,000 will be made available to maths and science undergraduates while at university in return for a commitment to teach for three years after graduating. A training salary of £18,500 will also be on offer.
Ten universities have signed up to receive funding of £10,000 to add a teaching element to physics degrees to boost graduate skills.
The government said that it will also spend £24m to train 15,000 existing teachers in the skills required to teach these topics.
The hope is to have at least one member of staff skilled in these areas in every secondary school in England.
Prime minister David Cameron explained that these efforts are vital given the importance of science- and maths-based roles in the future.
"I want to make Britain the best place in the world to learn maths and science. And because of our growing economy, we have a clear plan to deliver the best teachers to make this happen," he said.
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