Kingston, Tenn. — Feb. 27, 2013 — Growing industries in science and technology have more job openings than workers who can do the jobs. As a result, improving America’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education has become a top priority. Yet, a new national report finds that while student interest in STEM majors and careers has risen over the last decade, that interest fades the closer students get to high school graduation.

One solution, according to thousands of schools across the country, is the Personalized Career Readiness System from WIN Learning, a national leader in career readiness initiatives, with more...

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