The current state and future of STEM Education in CAMCA region: a systematic review
Systematic review investigating the current state and future of STEM Education in the CAMCA region, providing insights for improving STEM education outcomes.
This research project aims to investigate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education in the CAMCA region. The study seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding of the state of STEM education in the region and identify the challenges and opportunities for improving STEM education in CAMCA countries.
STEM education is increasingly recognized as a critical driver of innovation, economic growth, and social development. However, there is limited research on STEM education in the region, which comprises diverse countries with different socioeconomic, cultural, and political contexts.
The project will investigate various aspects of STEM education, including curriculum development, teacher training, access to STEM education, funding and resource allocation, and student performance in STEM subjects. The study will examine the similarities and differences in STEM education across CAMCA countries and explore the factors that influence the quality and accessibility of STEM education in the region.
The findings of this study will contribute to the existing knowledge on STEM education in the CAMCA region and provide insights into the challenges and opportunities for improving STEM education. The study will also inform policy recommendations for promoting STEM education and improving STEM education outcomes in CAMCA countries.