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Students Shouldn’t Live in STEM Deserts

The U.S. News and World Report – Matthew Randazzo

“Lack of STEM access is a critical equity issue in education, particularly for students in urban and rural communities, where access to high-level math and science courses is often out of reach. Soon, the impact of students living in STEM deserts will not only be reflected in those students’ high school and college competition rates, but will also take a toll on the country’s technological superiority, its economy and national security.”(more)

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