The lack of funding has been a barrier to certain groups of students facing a lack of resources to excel in STEM subjects. Claude Tameze shares how he is trying to reverse the trend and bring disadvantaged students to the fore of STEM subjects with the help of adaptive learning. The ability to craft personalised learning pathways has opened more avenues for disadvantaged students to major in STEM, where most jobs lie.

Speakers – Allana Gay, Founding Member, BAMEed Network; Claude Tameze, Professor & Chair, Director of Mathematics Learning Centre, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Lincoln University, USA

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