STEM, a priority for Malaysia

THE importance of Science and Technology education has always been a priority in Malaysia.

This can be seen as far back as 1970 with the implementation of the first National Science and Technology Enrolment Policy of 60:40, which guaranteed that 60 percent of students would be enrolled in science with the remaining 40 percent in arts.

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