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No Limits: Access to STEM education at an early age opens doors later in life

The Idaho State Journal – Rebecca Fushimi

“All of us have one thing in common, however, a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education foundation. For too many young people, this becomes a barrier. Their initial struggles turn into a lifetime of repeating that woebegone phrase: “I’m not good at math.” I’m proof that your child can overcome a bad start or a setback. I struggled with math at an early age. But eventually I discovered something. Math is not a talent. It’s a skill that can be improved upon. I overcame my struggles in math, earned a Ph.D. in chemical engineering and a job doing what I love at a premier research laboratory. The message I’d like to emphasize is this: Opportunities are available to those willing to work.”(more)

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