Who should care about maths, science and technology teaching and learning?
Published: October 9, 2016

South Africa’s National Development Plan states, “We seek a country wherein all citizens have the capabilities to grasp the ever-broadening opportunities availa­ble. Our plan is to change the life chances of millions of our people, especially the youth; life chances that remain stunted by our apartheid history”. If, as a country, we are to fulfill these aspirations, anyone and everyone who cares about understanding, creating and maintaining a decent quality of life should care about Maths, Science and Technology teaching and learning. These are gateway subjects that are funda­mental to ensuring the youth of South Af­rica have access to further education and employment.

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