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STEM education and immigration reform are opposite sides of the same coin

By staff and wire services reports
June 27th, 2013

Innovators.  Leaders. These are words that come to mind when many think of America and, in particular, our information technology industry,
ComputerWorld reports. With increased global competition, America’s innovation and leadership position is at risk. In order to reclaim it we must address two separate but intertwined issues —  science, technology, education and mathematics (STEM) education programs and immigration reform. These issues are on opposite sides of the same coin and both address the overwhelming need our country has for the human capital that underpins national innovation and competitiveness…

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staff and wire services reports