One of the most pressing concerns about our fast-changing, tech-driven world is whether our slow-moving education system can effectively equip our children with the skills they need to thrive as adults. As South Africa’s Department of Basic Education is in the pilot phase of rolling out the country’s first coding and robotics curriculum, millions of our children are not yet accessing vital aspects of education that they need today to be successful in the 4iR workforce of their future.
Agile, flexible programmes such as 4iR Stream laboratories introduced in South Africa by Stem education specialist, Sakhikamva Foundation are playing a significant role in filling the gap. The latest 4iR Stream laboratory has opened up at Heatherlands High School in the Garden Route hub of George thanks to sponsorship by project partner, Software AG.
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