Where students can go to boost America's competitiveness agenda

04/30/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Business leaders from a wide variety of industries have long lamented the deteriorating skills U.S. students display in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. And with political leaders in Washington debating immigration reform and debt issues, Honeywell Chairman and CEO David Cote is calling on policymakers to develop an "American competitiveness agenda." But not all students have access to the best STEM schools. This article features a map that details the location of STEM and charter schools throughout the U.S.

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