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Understanding STEM maturity within the teaching pedagogy at Indian schools and the challenges to adoption
Our increasing reliance on technology has made the global workforce smaller and more competitive. Countries in turn need to ensure that their future leaders can adapt to change, think critically, and work in an agile manner. “STEM,” an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, was coined in the US in the 1990s. In the early 2000s, it was formalised as a method to showcase the interconnectedness of the four disciplines. In simple words, STEM showcases the requirements of the future global workforce.
In India, job postings related to STEM have increased by 44 percent from 2016–19. According to the National Science Foundation, 80 percent of the global jobs created in the next decade will require some form of math and science skills. Several countries, including the UK, Canada, and Australia, have national-level STEM policies to fill the gap of STEM-related skills in their workforce.
This report talks to the STEM maturity within the teaching pedagogy at Indian schools and the challenges to adoption.