The next president of the United States should be very concerned about the country's ability to attract and retain science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workers if the U.S. is to remain a leader in a global, information-based economy, say chief executives of America's leading companies.

One way to counter this talent crisis, they say, is to build a diverse STEM pipeline beginning at the earliest levels of education. And while they believe they and other companies have a responsibility to support such a diverse pipeline, they also say the current American education system is failing to engage girls and minorities


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