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How do we Increase the Number of Minorities in STEM?

For nearly fifty year now, the crisis of the need for S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, and math) in America has reached an all time high and there is a growing amount of data that supports an even greater urgency.    In spite of the challenges, there are organizations and individuals around the country today who remain hopeful and committed to the mission of increasing the number of minority students in STEM.

Increase Your Child's Future Chances of Success With STEM Education

Think about it-any economy that focuses solely on low wages will have a huge disparity between the rich and the poor. Think China and India. However, for societies that have a healthy base of knowledge workers-engineers, researchers, and technology industries, the economy is more diversified and more versatile when it comes to future development. Sadly, the United States imports a large chunk of its technology manpower infrastructure because of the low demand for STEM education among native-born Americans.

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