New law is a win for improved STEM education

Washington can only maintain its number-one state ranking in the concentration of STEM jobs if we ensure a high-quality and homegrown work force. Unfortunately, this is not currently the case. Our state has the second-fastest growing gap between the STEM jobs our economy is generating and the skills our students are learning.

[ Via The Daily Hearld – Everett, WA ]

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