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The recent performance by Australian students at a global education event bodes well for the nation’s STEM education.
Australian students are testing their science skills against six million competitors from around the world on the final day of the World Education Games (WEG) 2015.
The 8th World Education Games (WEG) begins in Sydney today as students from across the country participate to secure Australia’s place as the global leader in literacy, math and science.
The Educator talks to one of five Australian students who will soon represent their respective states in the world’s largest education competition.