Addressing the decline of interest in STEM

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YOUNG Malaysians seem less and less interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields in higher education. This is concerning, especially as there will be a lack of future talent in these vital fields that increase a country’s innovation and competitiveness in a technology-driven world.

We believe that one of the reasons for this decline in interest is the lack of focus on STEM fields in the early years of education.

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