Policy Forum on STEM Educaiton
In the pursuit of impactful policies, it is crucial to acknowledge the current shortfall in both quantity and quality of research studies in our region. Recognizing this, we facilitate consultations with esteemed research experts to empower regional researchers.
The Southeast Asia Primary Learning Metrics (SEA-PLM) 2019 report revealed concerning learning disparities, with up to one in three grade 5 students falling below expected proficiency levels. SEAMEO STEM-ED emphasizes collaborative efforts to implement equitable learning strategies, utilizing data for informed policies.