We live in a scientific century where the pace of scientific and technological progress is such that 21st Century Skills such as critical inquiry, creativity, communication, and collaboration, etc have become extremely important. Yet, our schools, being the archaic 20th-century institutions as they are, struggle to impart these important skills. In school and after-school STEM programs have, therefore, become very popular and widespread across the Muslim World. From robotics, to electronics, to astronomy, to computer science, there is a plethora of interventions happening across the Muslim World. What are these interventions and how do they create a holistic view of learning? Are these interventions systematically studied? What kind of impact claims are made? How should one go about thinking about the impact of these interventions. How can parents, teachers, young students, journalists, and the broader society be more systematic in evaluating the likely or claimed impacts of these programmes.