Even the ‘best of schools’ fail to ensure academic performance of all students

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Further, careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) will remain the easiest gateway to professional success. No child should feel excluded from career opportunities in STEM due to poor academic performance at school. The reality, on the other hand, is that the overwhelming majority of students face a ‘regressive shock’. Students helplessly live in an […]

Even the ‘best of schools’ fail to ensure excellence in maths and science education

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The primary purpose of maths and science education is the nurturance of logical intelligence (the ability to reason, deduce, infer, critically analyze and be creative). A’100% score in maths and science’ until Class X for every student is a national-community imperative as much as an educational right of every child. A logical bent of mind […]