STEM leaders seek to solve "Colorado Paradox"

03/18/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Despite a high percentage of college graduates in the state, Colorado has relatively few homegrown professionals in science, technology, engineering and math fields. To help change the so-called "Colorado Paradox," STEM experts offer some solutions in this SmartBlog on Education post by Doug Haller. For example, Gully Stanford, director of partnerships for College in Colorado, says a key is to create more partnerships between schools and industries. Violeta Garcia, STEM coordinator in Colorado, says outreach to the state's rural schools to expose students to STEM experiences also is essential.

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