STEM Schools were
established in Egypt in 2011, to support talented and distinguished students in
secondary schools. These schools teach enhanced curricula in science, math, and
technology, relying on the Ministry of Education and Training. The schools use
information technology to develop the teaching process, while ensuring that the
number of students in each class does not exceed 25.
The Banque Misr
Foundation sponsored 25 students (an academic class) in the 2014/2015 academic
year, based on the foundation’s conviction regarding the importance of
developing the tools of the educational system, and in efforts to open the
doors for students’ innovative potentials.