Manjaro’s repository of free and quality software is filled with programs for each subject. For mathematics, simple to advanced calculations can be done using scientific calculators like Qalculate! or SpeedCrunch that don’t copy the experience of most hardware-calculators, but allow free editing of functions and terms.
For more complex mathematics, Scilab and WxMaxima will handle advanced numeric and algebraic tasks. Teachers love Geogebra to show physics, trigonometry, vector operations and more due to the easy-to-use graphical editing of mathematical relations, plotting of functions and setting constraints.
Physics including molecular dynamics, gravitation and coloumb forces and more can be taught using Step. The earth can be explored with Marble, while the sky and stars can be viewed with Stellarium.
Minuet brings a software for music education that teaches students ear training, rhythm, harmony and more and provides features for teachers to create own lessons.
Learning is also important for the youngest. Gcompris allows them to play and learn basics of a computer, elementary mathematics, geography, reading and many other things. Included are also games like puzzles, chess, memory and more that will make learning a pleasant and funny experience.
Organizing things is important, too. The Manjaro repository contains software like Thunderbird that provides an E-Mail client, a calendar and a news-reader.
To write homework or to create presentations, LibreOffice comes preinstalled.