A United States Navy official recently announced a plan to improve its focus on America’s science, technology, engineering and math education (STEM) over the five years, The Huffington Post reports. The Navy hopes this will help strengthen the service’s somewhat uncertain future workforce, as well as inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. A press release issued by the U.S. Navy states they will invest more than $100 million in science and technology education by 2015. This move is to be made in conjunction with Obama’s call to improve STEM over the next decade.

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