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The paper dealt fervently with the historical development of mathematical science since the 17th century and how STEM was anchored by this mathematical science. The nature of STEM education in the past, the present and what we should aim at in order to enhance economic development were analysed. The paper itemised what we should teach having gotten a meaningful curriculum package and how we could integrate our teaching with the society by bringing the industries and local artisans in what could be relevant to STEM. This is to say that human capital development should be our primary objective.
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