How Africa is Preparing for the Future with STEM Education


Development experts throughout the globe have grasped onto the STEM acronym as shorthand for the education, training and workforce development policies that will yield the greatest dividends for any country, developed or emerging. For example, the United States spends approximately $500 billion on research and development per year, about 70% of which is funded by the private sector.

Originally published at Africa.com

Africa dot com - Thu, 27 Jul 2017 01:31:53 +0000

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