STEM Education

Take a look at this article on STEM education.

Harvard Univesity’s Pathways to Prosperity Conference calls attention to the national effort to get millions of young Americans onto a realistic path to employability. STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math) prepare students with technical skills for increased chances employment directly after or during post secondary education in growing fields like technology, biomedical innovations, computational engineering and neuroscience.

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  1. Pingback: 6 Reasons to Invest in Better STEM Education [#INFOGRAPHIC] | EdTech Magazine | Tony Gurney

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