Need for U.S. to stay competitive spurs emphasis on STEM in schools

05/18/2011 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

More schools are adding science, technology, engineering and math courses in response to the growing importance of the curriculum to U.S. competitiveness. "We need kids right now excited about engineering, math and science" and "[t]hese are the jobs of the future," said Sandy Stone, a teacher at the Richfield STEM School in Minnesota.

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