An article in The Detroit News highlights a statewide career fair intended to get more students interested in pursuing jobs in the science and technology fields. About 130 companies, colleges, and universities participated in the event, which focused on careers heavy in math and science, skills students nationwide reportedly have struggled with, according to recent test scores. The event came a day after the Michigan Department of Education recommended requiring four years of math and three years of science to graduate from high school, the paper said.