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Aresearch by the non-government organization Bangladesh Freedom Foundation reveals a drop in science education at secondary and higher secondary levels in our country. In a competitive world dominated by science and technology, it comes as disheartening news. It goes without saying that newer scientific innovations in today's globalised world are integral to development and economic growth. Most countries are providing ample opportunities for their scientists to come up with cutting-edge inventions. However, advancement in scientific research is not possible without having science education strengthened at school and college levels. If we really want to keep pace with the outside world and make a mark in world economy, we will have to start by putting a special emphasis on science education at secondary and higher secondarylevels.


 


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