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Report: STEM gender, racial gaps persist

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

The number of jobs and degrees associated with science, technology, engineering and math has risen slightly, but women and minorities still capture only a small portion of these educational and employment opportunities, according to a recent report. Emphasizing the real-world applications of STEM and working to reshape cultural perceptions of STEM fields could help boost diversity, some advocates suggest. U.S. News & World Report (06/29)


How immersive simulations support critical-thinking skills

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Analysis: Data jobs are experiencing rapid growth

STEM SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

News! President Obama authorizes national CTE scholars program

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Parental encouragement, enthusiasm can lead girls to STEM

STEM SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

Calif. program recruits STEM professionals for teaching positions

STEM SmartBrief | Jul 01, 2015

Have you seen ACTE's first two Microdocs yet?!

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Teachers turn to video to increase student engagement

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

U.S. apprenticeships are on the rise

STEM SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2015

Video: shifting gears to STEM

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