Research shows that whatever kids do a lot of, between ages 4 and 16,
is what they’re likely to be good at as adults.
We want our kids to be good at STEM because their
future is riding on it, and so is the future of our nation.
Today, it is a necessity that our kids excel at STEM.
The future of our nation rests on our success at increasing the number of students who are STEM proficient and earn STEM degrees. That’s where the well-paying jobs will be, the new products and services that create new industries and help maintain our standard of living and quality of life.
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