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Engaging Future STEM Leaders

Real Clear Education – Dwayne Sattler

“In February, President Donald Trump signed the Inspire Act and the Promoting Women in Entrepreneurship Act, two laws aimed at increasing the number of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs. The science and education communities collectively rejoiced to see STEM – and particularly initiatives to break down barriers many face in accessing STEM education and entering STEM fields – elevated as a national priority so early in the new administration. The legislation comes at an important time for our economy and has direct benefits to the American worker. Demand for STEM jobs is expected to grow 17 percent between 2014 and 2024, and the median wage for today’s STEM jobs is nearly double that of all other jobs.”(more)

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