Educational systems must adapt to offer the same opportunities to succeed to all. Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is a big part of what students need to learn to get a chance at that success.
Teaching mathematics is helpful for many other skills, such as implementing mathematical logic, analytical reading of texts, arguing, validating and correcting an approach, mathematical modeling, organization and data management, project management, personal and collective finance, entrepreneurial development…
Teaching sciences and technology can help with creativity, development of a scientific culture, analytical research, logical suites (observation, questioning, experimentation, argumentation, production, practical achievements, concrete evaluation). It can also have an impact on society, through for example the protection of the environment.
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