SiteofWeek101310State and local policy makers and philanthropists have a new resource to help them increase the number of graduates in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields: An online tool developed for this purpose by the Business-Higher Education Forum with help from Ohio State University debuted Sept. 27. It allows people to see what combinations of policies might create the most interest in STEM degrees and careers, such as retaining more teachers or starting an elementary-school science club. More than 200 research variables...

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