In a more dynamic and challenging world than ever before, we find that the main powers spend even more economical and social resources in the efficient use of science and technology. Just like this, the European commission encourages us to make STEM learning a top priority.
Not only at a scientific-technological level, there are lots of businesses and even linguistic and humanistic careers that benefit from the parameters used in STEM learning.
Of course, this is not exclusive. We must understand STEM learning as a way to think and confront a problem or a necessity by developing a well organized and based solution.